April 11-15: 3 P2P Implementation Fails, Progressing Despite Disruption, Inflation!

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 ...

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March 28 – April 1: The Rise of the Contingent Workforce, Business Continuity, Emerging Technology

We’re involved in the creation of so much content each week that it can be hard to keep up with it all! You have two options… subscribe to the Buyers Meeting Point mailing list HERE or sign up to rece...

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March 21-25: Sourcing for Scope 3, Supplier on Boarding, Escaping the Clutches of the Old Economy

You’ll see below that we’re hosting the first Dial P for Procurement livestream of 2022 this week – but that doesn’t mean Dial P has been on break! We recently kicked off the second season with two ma...

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February 28 – March 4: Full Cash Flow Visibility and Digitally Enabled Sustainability

In addition to the events listed below, I’ll be live in two different formats this week and I want to invite you to join me: March 2nd at 12n ET: The Real March Madness: Supply Chain Bracket Busters! ...

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February 21-25: Sourcing Lifelines, Streamlined Supply Chains, 3 T’s of the Future

As part of my Supplier Diversity Discussions LinkedIn Creator Accelerator project, I have been running a LinkedIn poll each week. This week I’m looking for input on how our definitions of diversity ma...

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February 14-18: Top Procurement Challenges, Balancing Profit and Purpose, Negotiating in Inflationary Times

If you like my approach to covering procurement, you may also want to subscribe to my brand-new LinkedIn newsletter: The Procurement Buzz. It comes out weekly and will appear in your LinkedIn news fee...

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February 7-11: Extreme Outsourcing, 2021 Contracting in Review, Where Culture Meets Experience

You’ve probably noticed that we’ve been off to an uncertain start this year with webinar recommendations - procurement events have been few and far between. For people going to ‘IRL’ events, the Rever...

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January 17-21: Surviving Modern Warehouse Automation and 2022 Procurement Predictions

If you are following my LinkedIn Creator Accelerator project, last week brought a new slate of insights, updates, and opportunities to engage. This article summarizes the week’s content and includes t...

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January 10-14: 10 Procurement Priorities, Sourcing in 2022, and Handling Supply Uncertainty

Happy New Year! In addition to being the first recommended events post of 2022, this week also marks the start of the LinkedIn Creator Accelerator program I am a part of. I was one of 100 creators sel...

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December 13-23: 2022 Outlook for Talent, Contracts, and the Future of Work

We have finally reached the last events post of 2021. This year was as fast as it was slow, and now 2022 is right around the corner. You’ll see that forward-looking theme reflected in this week’s reco...

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December 6-10: Double Dose of ESG and Breaking the Restraints of Savings

After a break for the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S., we’re now watching as the last few grains of sand pass through the hourglass. While there are technically 4 weeks left in the calendar year, onl...

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November 15-19: Dial P - Preparing for the Future and Smarter Spend Management

In addition to the webinars listed below, we have a Dial P for Procurement livestream this week! Join me and Scott Luton on Tuesday, November 16th at 12n ET as we welcome Bill DeMartino and Constantin...

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November 8-12: Sustainability, Resiliency, Agility, and Supplier Experience

Did you know that I co-host a podcast called This Week in Business History with Scott Luton at Supply Chain Now? Every week we take turns telling stories of the people and inventions that moved us for...

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November 1-5: Contracting in the New Economy, Partnership as a Service, All-round Transparency

Thank you to everyone in the Buyers Meeting Point community that join Art of Procurement’s Mastermind LIVE Fall last week! If you missed some (or even all) of the sessions, be sure to sign up for a fr...

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October 18-22: The State of Supplier Diversity, Elevating Procurement’s Brand, Triple Bottom Line Management

We have an extra special event taking place on Tuesday of this week. Dial P for Procurement, my monthly livestream on Supply Chain Now, has been selected as the launch platform for the 2021 State of S...

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October 4-8: Procurement Integrity, Sustainability, and Inclusivity

October is starting off slow and steady, but new events are already being booked into November. This is where the race to the end of the year picks up speed.  When you adjust for holidays, there ...

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Sept 27 – Oct 1: Tail Spend ROI, Supply Chain Skills Gaps, and Supply Partner Risk

Big News – Art of Procurement Mastermind LIVE Fall is officially open for registrations! This event, which will take place on October 26th and 27th from 10am – 1pm ET, will give you all the tools you ...

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September 20-24: The Return of Outsourcing, Supplier Diversity, and Supply Chain Resilience

This week is a Dial P for Procurement week – and boy, do we have a double treat for you. Una’s Kris Lance is back, along with Jim Luff from Chosen Payments. He will answer your payment related questio...

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September 13-17: The Importance of Data Quality, S2P Value Chains, Digital Transformation in Action

Last week, I had the opportunity to provide live commentary during the hybrid sessions at the Supply Chain Insights Global Summit, and this week Procurement Leaders is holding a hybrid event based in ...

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September 6-10: BOLD Transformation, Tech-powered CWM, and CSR Improvement

This is only the 6th day of September, and there are already over 20 events in the calendar for this month – not to mention the ones I’ve already listed for October. We’re also going into a window of ...

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