Could the Great Resignation Lead to Better Talent?
Learn why you should enlist the help of professional services firms to close the talent gap.
What the webinar covers:
Procurement organizations have not been immune to the Great Resignation, and with supply chain risk conditions persisting, many companies are falling out of sync with operational requirements and consumer demand. How can these challenges be addressed?
Join Joe Payne, SVP, Source-to-Pay and Jennifer Ulrich, VP, Advisory from Corcentric as they discuss why more and more businesses are looking to strategic advisory services to fill the employee void.
What you will learn:
- Which roles and responsibilities naturally lend themselves to strategic advisory services
- The advantages of leveraging consulting services to address in-house talent shortages
- How the Great Resignation will affect hiring managers and procurement organizations later this year and early next year
Philip Ideson, Managing Director, Art of Procurement
Philip Ideson is the Founder and Managing Director of Art of Procurement. Prior to Art of Procurement, Philip led procurement transformation, category management, and sourcing programs for clients of Procurian and Accenture. Previously, Philip was Head of International Procurement, Sourcing & Third Party Risk Management at Ally Financial.
Joe Payne, Senior Vice President of Source-to-Pay, Corcentic
Joe Payne is a sourcing and procurement expert who has worked with companies, ranging from mid-market to the Fortune 100, to optimize their sourcing and procurement strategies. At Corcentric, he is responsible for strategy and delivery of the Corcentric Source-to-Pay solution offering, including technology, services, and GPO programs.
Jennifer Ulrich, Senior Director of Advisory, Corcentric
Jennifer Ulrich has over a decade of consulting experience, with a focus on Procurement and Category Management. She has successfully led large-scale initiatives for both direct and indirect spend categories in industries including biotech, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, and consumer packaged goods.