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How do you align your category management activities to business strategy and objectives? How do you develop a plan and playbook for defining and executing on your...

Every industry and function has a set of beliefs and (written or unwritten) "rules" to follow and Procurement is no different. This session highlighted a contrarian view to some beliefs held by...

After a merger or acquisition, the procurement organizations between the impacted companies have many opportunities to learn from one another and determine what contracts to leverage, what best...

Many companies have successfully tapped into their employees' networks to directly source contingent (temporary) talent. This approach has a significant impact on cost and also engages workers who...

As the use of non-employee labor continues to grow, more procurement professionals are being asked to source solutions for a Vendor Management System (VMS). These systems have been around since...

Contingent labor is being labeled as the new on-demand workforce. It comprises nearly 20% of the U.S. workforce, and projections place it at 30-40% in the near term. Additionally, 75% of...

In the span of three years, Florida Blue, Florida's Blue Cross and Blue Shield plan, implemented several corporate strategies to transform into a health solutions company. This session highlighted...

Irrespective of whether one is involved in traditional procurement or outsourcing, managing change and stakeholders are tantamount to success. In this session, you will learn how to assess and...

Businesses that utilize a self-sourcing model can expand their talent pool while reducing contingent labor costs. Self-sourcing enables companies to leverage their existing talent connections such...

In a changing and competitive environment, Procurement can lead the charge through the chaos and uncertainty.  Leading requires understanding what services are provided, knowing the effectiveness...

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