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October Professional Development Meeting

October 21, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM

12:00 PM to 1:15 PM
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Webinar--At your desk!


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Presentation Overview:  

As economies around the world continue awakening from the past months' slumber, companies are postioning themselves to cope with some significant changes in their operating environment.  In this session, THe Hackett Group will share perspectives around some of the critical challenges facing Procurement leaders now and longer-term.  THe content is derived from recent studies focused on the post-crisis environment.

The presentation will cover the following topics:

     > The acceleration of digital transformation efforts to create greater procurement agility

     > Creating a more resilient supply chain and managing supply risk

     > Steps Procurement is taking to improve liquidity

     > Creating a more flexible workforce

Date:  Wednesday, October 21

Time:  Noon-1:15 p.m.

Venue:  Webinar--At your desk!

Speaker:  Kurt Albertson, Principal - Procurement Advisory, The Hackett Group

Speaker Bio:  Kurt Albertson is a Principal with the Hackett Group focusing on procurement and purchase-to-pay transformation.  Kurt works with Global 1000 companies leveraging research and thought leadeship to provide strategic direction and best practice business advice.  

Prior to joining the Hackett Group, Kurt spent six years a a management consultant in Procurement and P2P working with executives from dozens of large corporations on sourcing, business and technical strategies, organizational and business process design, and cultural change.

Kurt also has five years of automotive experience working in manufacturing, quality, and operations.  In this role, he designed and implemented global manufacturing processes and supervised production operations.  He has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal and other major publications, has been the keynote speaker at many national events, and travels globally to support client objectives.

Cost:  This seminar is free for ISM members and the cost is $20 for non-members.  Registration is required to attend.

Deadline for Registration:  Noon on Monday, October 19 at 5:00 p.m.

Tickets

$0.00 Member Price

$20.00 Non-ISM member price