In addition to the events recommended below, Art of Procurement’s Mastermind LIVE Spring is taking place on Tuesday and Wednesday from 10am – 1pm ET. Registration is open to everyone – and free – and practitioners who sign up for the event will have access to all of the content on demand for the remainder of April, so sign up even if you can’t attend live!
If you are planning your procurement webinar schedule beyond this week, I recommend “Setting the Standard for Supply Chain Security” from Supply Chain Now, TIA, and TNS on April 27th at 12n ET.
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April 13th, 1pm ET
If it hasn’t already dawned on you, now is probably the time to start thinking about what life – and work - will be like if the world never goes back to ‘normal.’ This webinar, featuring Ravi Sethi, Vice President of GEP, assumes that normal is a thing of the past and sets out to help procurement start planning to optimize for whatever opportunities and challenges the future may hold.
April 14th, 7am ET
Since we can’t control events, circumstances, or other organizations, our best hope for supply chain stability is actually information – the more visibility procurement has into what is happening inside and outside of the company, the better positioned we are to make effective decisions under good conditions and bad. Although positioned for CFOs, if you check out the list of learning objectives, they will sound very familiar…
April 15th, 12n ET
I like the opening assertion in this webinar’s description that supply chain resiliency is an “imperative” rather than a source of competitive advantage. Join Georgie Lawrie, a Forrester analyst, and Madhav Durbha, Vice President of Supply Chain Strategy at Coupa, as they discuss the limitations of taking a “one-off” approach to supply chain strategy and share customer success stories.
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