CPO Rising: The Agility Agenda

By Maris Listello

April 23, 2015 at 6:25 AM

 

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Join My Purchasing Center for this webcast on Thursday, May 14, 2015 at 2 pm ET.

How is your procurement and sourcing operation performing? Are you sure? According to Ardent Partners, nine of 10 CPOs believe their teams could be doing better. And while every procurement leader wants to improve their group’s performance, it’s important to understand where it is today, before starting on a path forward. Don’t take the journey alone.

 

Join Ardent Partners’s Chief Research Officer, Andrew Bartolini as he shares the key 2015 procurement performance and operational benchmarks captured in his annual CPO report CPO Rising 2015: The Agility Agenda. CPOs and other procurement leaders will be able to better understand how they are performing today and what they can do to improve tomorrow.

 

Webinar attendees will:

  • Understand the criteria for Best-in-Class procurement performance
  • Learn procurement performance and operational statistics to use as benchmarks for their own organizations
  • Discover the key drivers of Best-in-Class procurement performance
  • Hear a series of recommended strategies and approaches for procurement departments to improve their operations and results
  • Receive a copy of Ardent Partners’s CPO Rising 2015: The Agility Agenda report 

It will be an insightful and educational webinar that you will not want to miss.

Speaker:

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Andrew Bartolini, Chief Research Officer
Ardent Partners

 

Moderator:

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Susan Avery, Editor
My Purchasing Center



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