February 03, 2016 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Ariba, an SAP Company - Emily Rakowski
Oxford Economics - Edward Cone
Procurement is becoming more strategic, collaborative, and technology-driven than ever before. This transition puts a lot of pressure on employees, and many are not prepared. What’s more, executives and practitioners do not always share the same vision of their future in the profession.
Join Oxford Economics, along with an executive and a practitioner from COACH, to get some real-world perspectives on these topics and more. Hear how procurement organizations are dealing with challenges related to recruitment, training, and employee engagement, and what is at stake for those that fail to address these issues. You’ll come away with new insights into...
Finding – and keeping – the best employees. Get the facts on which capabilities are most in demand, and which skill sets procurement professionals are lacking.
Building employee engagement. Find out whether or not procurement practitioners are satisfied with their jobs, and what the most satisfied workers are doing differently.
Transitioning to a strategic function. Hear how the right team can power procurement’s strategic transformation.
Register now for a thought-provoking panel discussion of these questions, and more.
Why attend this webinar:
1. Hear a thought-provoking panel discussion including members of the COACH procurement team
2. Hear how the right team can power procurement’s strategic transformation
3. Find out whether or not procurement practitioners are satisfied with their jobs, and what the most satisfied workers are doing differently
More information about the speakers:
Ariba, an SAP Company - Emily Rakowski - Global Vice President, Audience Marketing - Twitter @SAPAriba
Oxford Economics - Edward Cone - Deputy Director, Thought Leadership - Twitter @OxfordEconomics