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Recommended Webinars November 11-15: CRM for Procurement, Operational P2P and a Direct Mail Renaissance
In addition to this week’s webinar recommendations, the Supply Chain Next conference is taking place in Chicago, IL on Monday and Tuesday. If you are looking for a longer term webinar recommendation, I suggest Planning for 2020: Executive Outlook from Supply & Demand Chain Executive and BSI on December 10th.
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November 12th, 11am ET
As an AOP Live session, this unscripted event will be more of a video chat than a webinar. No slides, no script – just your questions answered live by Pierre Lapree, founder of Per Angusta, and Jason Treida, founder and former COO of IASTA. When you register, you’ll have the opportunity to submit your questions for the speakers… let them know what your performance management challenges are!
November 12th, 2pm ET
All corporate functions should be more ‘operational’, especially in this era of digital obsession. If we aren’t action oriented and results driven, with a focus on driving customer value, then all of our work will amount to very little. In this webinar, we’ll hear a case study (likely from JR Miller, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President at The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society) about how finance can become more operational – oh, and if you missed it, they’re recommending leading this change by using P2P. If the CFO can do it… so can procurement.
November 14th, 1pm ET
What’s the best way to stand out in a digital culture? Bigger digital? Louder digital? MORE digital? Not a chance. Connecting with people via direct mail, yes – hard copy printed materials – presents a unique and meaningful opportunity. In this webinar, RSN CEO Sandy Kane and Gary Reblin, the Vice President of New Products and Innovation for the U.S. Postal Service, will share how and why direct main is experiencing a renaissance.