Or even more so – let’s re-visit Smoke Signals: Cascading trust down all tiers of your supply chain to build resilience and advantage. Together with Graham Copeland, Senior Director Business Development and Von Ying Lee, Consulting Manager at GEP we went through several aspects of corporate trust creation.
Is Kraljic the problem?
Most likely not but the way companies have segmented suppliers may pose problems. Graham and Von asks – does procurement’s role as “bad cop” need changes? Before coming to this conslusion the presenters go through several studies pointing in the direction CEOs are not trusted and sellers are seen as “pushy”.
ESG, Risk & Resilience and Inflation ranking
When EBG hosted this webinar it was hard to perceive that fast forward numerous months, the world would be in an even more uncertain status. This webinar is packed with examples and research helping procurement and supply chain navigate prioritization.
How about 6 actions to mitigate inflation in the VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity) world? Or – 3 emerging tactics to cope with disruption?
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