Feeling a bit overwhelmed by all of the news and talk about inflation... but don’t totally understand where it comes from or what we can do to manage it? You really need to listen to last week’s Dial P for Procurement podcast: Are Inflation Expectations a Self-Fulfilling Prophesy?
If you are planning your virtual procurement event schedule beyond this week, save the date for the next Dial P for Procurement livestream on Supply Chain Now: ‘Preparing for the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act and Regulations’ with Riskmethods, May 3rd at 12n ET. Click here to register and receive a reminder when we go live.
And now for this week’s recommendations…
April 12th, 11am ET
Why do implementations remain so hard given all the years’ worth of experience procurement has managing them? It would seem that effective change management is elusive… Join Joe Payne, Jennifer Ulrich, and Tom Pellescki from Corcentric and Helen Mackenzie and I as we facilitate a live conversation to get the best of their learnings out – Q&A style!
April 13th, 10am ET
There are so many disruptive factors affecting procurement teams these days, and we’re definitely not getting a pass on the people, process, and technology improvements that the company wants to see. How do we manage both at the same time? Join Greg Holt from Interos and Ian Lawless and Alex Johnson from Procurement Leaders for a capabilities-focused discussion.
April 14th, 1pm ET
I mentioned inflation, right? If you want to ask questions about how inflation works or how you can address it through your contracts and sourcing strategies, join Jeanette Nyden and I for a live lunch and learn all about inflation! Be sure to register in advance if you want to join this event.