Webinar: Balancing Continuity and Change: Procurement’s Role in Transformation


In our facilities organizations, in this dynamic environment, the procurement strategy must be defined taking into account new approaches, such as collaboration in the supply chain, training of stakeholders or standardization processes. Do you know these new procurement strategies? This Thursday, September 27th, 2018 at 10:00am Pacific / 1:00pm Eastern this is programmed the webinar: “Balancing Continuity and Change: Procurement’s Role in Transformation” presented by BIOGEN

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BIOGEN says: “This is the practical paradox procurement teams face on a daily basis: how do we maintain continuity, while preparing the organization for the unexpected? Fortunately, with a focus on collaboration, supplier performance, and a next-generation approach to sourcing it’s possible for even the most traditional of organizations to accelerate decision making, establish clear strategic sourcing practices, and break out of yesterday’s rigid routines. Join Harry Lund, Program Leader of Strategic Procurement Operations, as he shares how a pharmaceutical company born in the 70’s has transformed procurement, improved supplier performance, and maximized business impact. Learn how this multinational Fortune 500 company leveraged collaboration to level up strategic sourcing and liberated itself from the constraints of their legacy systems”

With this webinar you will learn:

  • Orchestrating change management across procurement and the enterprise
  • Training stakeholders and suppliers to effectively use a collaborative sourcing tool
  • Standardizing sourcing processes to maximize enterprise business impact

BIOGEN has some of the world’s best neurologists and neuroscientists. They engage with physicians and scientific leaders around the world with the aim to further medical research. Their focus on neuroscience, their deep scientific expertise and their courage to take risks make them leaders in the research and development of medicines to transform neuroscience to benefit society.

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