The procurement transformation webinar series
‘Standing still is going backwards’, and this is something we cannot afford during this crisis. However, taking a moment to reflect and consider is essential, especially now.
What impact will the coronavirus crisis have on the future and how can innovation and transformation help us to shape this future? Let’s explore this together during our trilogy of webinars about transformation of and innovation in procurement!
Interested in tools, tips and learning from peers and experts to help you prepare for your first steps towards the new future? If so, please feel free to join.
Part 1: Design thinking
Procurement has to do with wicked problems – a tough and complex issues that are difficult to solve. And these complex issues require a new perspective. In this webinar, Guido Stompff will discuss the need for innovation within procurement and the use of the design thinking methodology to solve these knotty problems. Subscribe now
Part 2: Case DSM’s Digital Procurement
The second part of the procurement transformations webinar series. The question “To D or not to D?” – go digital or not? – is more important today than ever. What do these changing processes mean for the procurement organisation? And how do you create good change management? Andries Feikema will discuss this during part two of Nevi’s triptych webinars. In short: how do you survive as an organisation in a changing world and how do you make optimal use of all the possibilities that digitisation brings? Subscribe now
Part 3: Digitalisation
The third part of the procurement transformations webinar series. Could the purchaser be replaced by an algorithm? Do digital technologies represent an opportunity or a threat to the procurement profession? Many claim that as buyers we can no longer live without it in a world that is becoming increasingly complex, unpredictable and volatile. Time to explore this together! Subscribe now
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