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This Month at SIG – September 2019

What's happening in September at SIG.

The Labor Day holiday in the U.S. marks the official end of summer. Playing catch-up and circling back with everyone you got an out-of-office email from is a laborious task in the quest to achieve “inbox zero.” Hopefully you had the opportunity to hit the refresh button yourself this summer so you can approach your task list (and your goal list) with renewed energy.

This month, SIG has some exciting networking opportunities so you can benchmark with your peers and find solutions to your biggest challenges, and you have one last opportunity to upskill your team before tuition increases for our certification programs. Here’s what’s happening in September.


Last Chance for SIG University Introductory Pricing

Go into 2020 with a globally recognized certification that demonstrates your skills, expertise and professionalism. SIG University’s last semester for this year begins on September 30 and tuition rates are increasing in January. Get yourself or your team certified now at the lowest possible cost!

The programs can be completed entirely online and are available on-demand, so you don’t have to spend critical time away from the office.  

Stacy Mendoza, Digital Marketing Manager

How to Become a Certified Third Party Risk Management Professional

Earn a third party risk management professional certification through SIG University

SIG University’s Certified Third Party Risk Management Professional (C3PRMP) program is a globally recognized certification that is the “gold standard” in terms of relevance, scope and content. The C3PRMP program was created by Linda Tuck Chapman, an advisor, educator, author and expert, and is based on her experience and her book, Third Party Risk Management: Driving Enterprise Value (published by the Risk Management Association). You’ll soon learn that investing in the C3PRMP designation is an investment that will enhance your knowledge base and deepen your expertise.

Outlined here is information about the upcoming changes and benefits of your C3PRMP designation, as well as a profile of our students.  


 

What changes are coming to SIG University’s C3PRMP program in January 2020? 

In January 2020, the duration of SIG University's C3PRMP program will be extended from eight weeks to 10 weeks. Multiple-choice review questions at the end of each module will test all students’ knowledge and require a minimum passing score of 80%.

Stacy Mendoza, Digital Marketing Manager

This Month at SIG - March 2019

This Month at SIG

This month our clocks spring forward and we gain an extra hour of daylight. To make the most of that extra hour, consider attending a networking event, thought leadership webinar or exploring SIG’s new partnership with Everest Group that brings delegates proprietary research, insights and analysis. Ready to get started?

Midwestern Regional SIGnature Event

March 6
Minneapolis Central Library

The Midwestern Regional SIGnature Event takes place at the beautiful Minneapolis Central Library on March 6. The event includes a great lineup of speakers from BB&T, Best Buy, Everest Group, Ontala and Virtual Operations who will present on topics that include third-party risk management, artificial intelligence in procurement, sourcing transformation strategies and how to buy digital platforms for your enterprise.

The event will begin with an executive roundtable for director-level and above delegates, while their teams take part in a training workshop on the fundamentals and frameworks of third-party risk management with risk expert Linda Tuck Chapman, who created the Certified Third Party Risk Management Program for SIG University.

To learn more about the day’s events, speakers, who should attend and to register you and your team, visit our website.

Stacy Mendoza, Digital Marketing Manager

This Month at SIG - August 2018

A group of people sitting at a conference table with the sun shining through the window.

It's been a busy news cycle and a busy summer at SIG. We are implementing a lot of changes to bring delegates the latest news, thought leadership and professional development opportunities to help you and your team stay sharp and informed.

Here's a look at the latest news and opportunities for SIG delegates in August.

Future of Sourcing

Originally launched in 2005, Outsource Magazine has built a strong reputation of quality thought leadership among the sourcing, outsourcing and procurement community. The digital content has continued to grow through its vast collection of contributors and with it, our audience. For this reason, it was decided that Outsource Magazine needed a transformation to better represent the thought leaders in the global sourcing community.

Today we present to you Future of Sourcing, a digital publication that will continue to provide you with unparalleled insight into the trends, best practices, challenges and opportunities facing the industry.

If you're already an Outsource Magazine subscriber, your subscription will be carried over to Future of Sourcing and you will continue to receive our bi-weekly email newsletters. If you're not a subscriber, we encourage you to sign up to receive the latest articles directly to your inbox. And don't worry, we won't spam you with unnecessary emails and never share your information.

We hope you like the new look! Check out some of our latest articles in the Future of Sourcing:

Stacy Mendoza, Digital Marketing Specialist