Expanding Procurement’s Value Through Innovation
This webinar reveals the details of new and exciting innovations identified by Procurement executives associated expanding Procurement’s value. Denali Group predicts that during the next one to five years Procurement will greatly expand the methods and channels by which it adds value. This prediction and related insights are based on Denali Group’s in-depth research with 46 Procurement executives from Global 1000 corporations.
In this webinar you will:
• Learn about new and non-traditional dimensions that Procurement executives see as a means to drive value across the enterprise
• Discover how Procurement can collaborate to accelerate time to market, generate incremental revenue, and augment product innovation efforts
• Understand how certain proactive initiatives have the potential to influence key stakeholders and elevate the role of Procurement
John Evans is a Managing Partner with Denali Group. His focus areas are with the Denali Consulting and Denali Intelligence service lines. In 2006, John led the start-up of Denali Intelligence, which offers subscription-based, category-focused market intelligence designed specifically for sourcing professionals.
John has consulted in the supply chain and strategic procurement space since 1989, beginning with A.T. Kearney, and co-founded Denali Consulting in 1996. He has consulted with more than 100 Fortune 500 companies, leading more than 50 strategic sourcing programs across direct and indirect categories. Supply & Demand Chain Executive named John a 2009 Pros to Know. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Tech and an MBA from Pepperdine University.
Conrad Snover is a Partner with Denali Group and has more than 11 years of strategic consulting experience focused on supply chain management. He has deep experience in launching and managing programs focused on strategy design, category management, strategic sourcing, supplier development, and organizational sustainability.
Conrad’s consulting experience includes time spent at management consulting firm A.T. Kearney before joining Denali Group. He has consulted to numerous Fortune 1000 companies in North America in a variety of industries, including oil & gas, utilities, high tech, banking and insurance. He is a frequently requested presenter at supply chain conferences such as USMA, UPMG, SIG, and APPA. Conrad holds a business degree from the University of Washington.