In addition to the virtual events listed below, I added a big ‘IRL’ event to the calendar this week. The Atlanta Supply Chain Awards are being hosted in part by our friends at the Supply Chain Now podcast. They are now taking registrations as well as nominations for multiple award categories. Click here to learn more.
If you are planning your webinar schedule further ahead, I recommend ‘Trends and Innovations in Print’ from Sarah Scudder and the team at Procurement Foundry on February 5th at 1pm ET.
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January 21, 10am ET
It has been a few years since procurement made the jump from supplier management to supplier relationship building. It would seem that we are now due for a refresh on the stakeholder front as well. In this event, Peter Smith will provide advice that should make it possible to go from a focus on compliance to on that emphasizes collaboration – without losing focus on why procurement exists.
January 21, 1pm ET
The New Year’s champagne is gone and we’ve all (mostly) adjusted to writing 2020 on papers instead of 2019. But what about supply chain risk? Is it time to panic yet? In this webinar, riskmethods’ Bill DeMartino will address potential sources of risk (climate, economy, globalization, transparency, sustainability, etc.) and how technology can help us manage them 0 without the panic.
January 23, 9:30am ET
Is promotion on your list of goals for 2020? Then this is a webinar you don’t want to miss. You’ll get advice and insight from Lara Naqushbandi, (Finance Director, UK & Ireland, Google), Christina Morrow (Director Global Procurement, Ricoh USA), and Imelda Walsh (Manager, The Source) in an event hosted by ‘Superstar’ Helen Mackenzie.