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Wed 27 May 2015
Maggie Slowik Maggie Slowik

Qantas recently went through a major business transformation to be able to compete in the competitive airline industry. In her keynote at the WPC in London, CPO Jane Harley talked about how she and her procurement team supported the business throughout this challenging time.

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Wed 27 May 2015
Tim Burt Tim Burt

Savings have always been procurement's main focus but with the business demanding more value where is the function looking for this and how is it measuring it.

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Wed 27 May 2015
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

Marco Goncalves, CPO at Nestle, as well as football goalkeeper, provided us some of his lessons on keeping procurement in the game.

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Tue 26 May 2015
Cynthia Dautrich Cynthia Dautrich

Ahead of the World Procurement Congress, Procurement Leaders speaks to event chair Cynthia Dautrich, CPO Kimberly-Clark about the future of the function and the direction of her function.

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Tue 26 May 2015
Paul Teague Paul Teague

Without having done some of the work technical people in the company do, it’s hard to understand their challenges and pressures, and hard to convince them that you know what you are talking about when you give advice. Procurement needs a solution...

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Fri 22 May 2015
Catherine Wheelhouse Catherine Wheelhouse

Some of the leading minds are set to come together at the World Procurement Congress to talk successful category management.

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Thu 21 May 2015
Mark Dunn Mark Dunn

To date, enforcement of sanctions regimes has primarily focused on the financial services sector. However, more industries are finding themselves subject to scrutiny, and it is critical that firms be aware of their legal obligations and implement controls to mitigate supply-chain risks.

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Thu 21 May 2015
Tim Burt Tim Burt

Long working hours have been a part of corporate and procurement’s culture for many years. But, as millennials start to filter into the function this is a tradition that is slowly dying off. CPOs have to change too or risk leaving their function’s behind.

The Changing Nature Of The Procurement Work Lifestyle #mapthefuture
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