What the presentation covers:

During periods of significant disruption like the current crisis, organizations of every size in every industry must immediately react to the uncertainty and its impact on employees and the wider business. Without doubt, procurement leaders and their teams have become stretched, experiencing the very definition of what it means to be agile.

But as disruption curves flatten, procurement organizations will also need to figure out how to adjust to what comes next. Reinforcing Procurement’s role as leader and change agent will require innovative approaches to supplier management and sourcing strategies, along with the capacity to achieve short-term results while staying focused on the long-term.

Download the presentation from Corcentric’s recent discussion with The Hackett Group, where the following experts weighed in on the future of Procurement:

Learn from our presenters:

Jonathan Fehring:Director, Procurement P2P Executive Advisory, The Hackett Group

Joe Payne: Senior Vice President, Source-to-Pay, Corcentric

David Pastore: Senior Director, Sourcing Operations, Corcentric

Constantine Limberakis: Senior Director, Product Marketing, Corcentric


Kelly Barner, Partner, Head of Content Brand Partnerships, AOP

Kelly Barner is Procurement’supply Chain Writer and Influencer, and the Owner and Managing Director of Buyers Meeting Point. She’s also the General Manager at the Art of Procurement and the Show Host for an upcoming Supply Chain Now monthly livestream, Dial for Procurement.