March 25 - 27, 2019
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DAY 3 – Wednesday, March 27, 2019: Actioning Emerging Practices (Practitioner Only Day)
7:30 am - 8:30 am Breakfast
8:30 am - 8:35 am Welcome Remarks
8:35 am - 8:45 am Chairman’s Remarks
8:45 am - 9:20 am Fireside Chat: Making A Difference - Change Management Strategies That WorkJoe Shatynski P.E - Head of Strategic Business Services: Senior Director, Daiichi Sankyo Inc.
“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” ― Mahatma Gandhi
Now that you’ve heard two days of great ideas and concepts, it’s time to think about how you will take action once you’re back in the office. This session will detail out techniques and strategies to:
-Develop a prioritized plan for success
-Overcome organizational/stakeholder resistance
-Successfully achieve your 2019 goals/targets
Joe Shatynski P.EHead of Strategic Business Services: Senior Director
Daiichi Sankyo Inc.
9:20 am - 9:30 am Quick Break To Walk To Working Groups
Attendees will break into these working group sessions, facilitated by area, who will guide the group toward crafting an action plan of five ideas that you can implement immediately to begin getting results back in the office. The action plans will be reported back to the entire group during the afternoon sessions. Each group is limited to 30 participants to ensure practical takeaways. You can select your workshops at the time of conference registration.
Working Groups: Mastering Emerging Practices
WORKING GROUP 19:30 am - 10:30 am WORKING GROUP 1: Building The Bond: Evolving Stakeholder Relationships By Demonstrating Value Ann-Marie McCarthy - Vice President, Procurement Endurance International Group Lisa Becker - North America Head of Procurement, GfK
We all want to improve and enhance our stakeholder relationships, and today, it can’t be done without demonstrating value. The days of cost savings are mostly gone - but the days of value will continue to persist and evolve given today's ever-changing business environment. So how do you know what value really means in your organization? Once determined, how do you demonstrate it? What are the key components of value and building a true partnership with stakeholders beyond just cost-savings?
Ann-Marie McCarthyVice President
Procurement Endurance International Group
Lisa BeckerNorth America Head of Procurement
WORKING GROUP 29:30 am - 10:30 am WORKING GROUP 2: The Need For Speed: Creating An Agile And Quick Procurement Function Karen Webley - Senior Director, Strategic Sourcing, LinkedIn Guy Smith - Sr. Director of Procurement Sourcing, Equifax
Let's face it: speed is not a trait often associated with procurement, a highly process-oriented function - but in a fast-moving and disruptive era, stakeholders may not always be most concerned with the procurement team's ability to scour the globe for the cheapest possible supplier. Many modern enterprises place a higher value in a procurement team that is agile, nimble and can respond quickly to immediate needs. In this working group, hone your ability to respond quickly, react vigorously and shed the old stereotypes.
Karen WebleySenior Director, Strategic Sourcing
Guy SmithSr. Director of Procurement Sourcing
WORKING GROUP 39:30 am - 10:30 am WORKING GROUP 3: Next Gen Supplier Management Stacy Joslin - Senior Director, Marketing Procurement, InterContinental Hotel Groups
These days, most companies are on a journey to have a more strategic approach to supplier management,
taking a more substantial and data-based approach to finding and keeping partner companies – but with both digitization and demand on a head spinning rise, what are the best practices in supplier management in the now and future?
•Supplier discovery engines
•Sourcing disruptive suppliers
•Reinventing the bid process
Stacy JoslinSenior Director, Marketing Procurement
InterContinental Hotel Groups
WORKING GROUP 49:30 am - 10:30 am WORKING GROUP 4: Shaking The Money Tree: Sustainable Procurement In 2018 And Beyond Lynn McKnight - Head of Procurement, Jefferson Science Associates LLC
Has your company set ambitious targets for sustainable sourcing in its future? While these are often generated by the CEO, it is often down to procurement to find a practical way to achieve these goals. Managing short term financial budgets while trying to secure a long term sustainable supply can create conflicting strategies, but the benefits reaped by practicing sustainable procurement and corporate responsibility can be enormously rewarding.
•Aligning sourcing initiatives to company ethics
•How recycling materials and services can result in a cost effective initiative
•Local environmental and human rights regulations
•Establishing a sustainable, progressing procurement strategy
•Assessing and quantifying sustainable procurement processes
Lynn McKnightHead of Procurement
Jefferson Science Associates LLC
WORKING GROUP 59:30 am - 10:30 am WORKING GROUP 5: Measuring Up: Spend Analysis And Procurement Analytics David Klemm - Senior Director, Head of Procurement, G&W Laboratories
Data is hot! Are you on top of the latest trends in spend analysis and data analytics? Do you understand what can they do for your procurement function, and how can you use them to your advantage? This working group will provide a forum to discuss some of the leading practices in data analytics and work through some of the challenges procurement teams face when elevating their analytics capabilities/functions.
•Developing a common view of spend data
•What’s working/not working with analytic tools
•Enabling stakeholders to make data-based decisions
David KlemmSenior Director, Head of Procurement
WORKING GROUP 69:30 am - 10:30 am WORKING GROUP 6: Making It Work For Small Procurement Teams Dave Quillin - Manager, Procurement, Alliance Credit Union Kevin Betts - Director, Strategic Sourcing, The E. W. Scripps Company
So if you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed after three days this might be the right session for you. This working group will review some of the key themes/topics addressed over the past few years and develop a clear and actionable game plan to execute when you’re back in the office.
You’ll swap stories with your counterparts to help identify the top ways all of you can achieve excellence
Dave QuillinManager, Procurement
Alliance Credit Union
Kevin BettsDirector, Strategic Sourcing
The E. W. Scripps Company
10:30 am - 10:50 am NETWORKING BREAK
10:50 am - 11:30 am ProcureCon Labs Q&A Workshop
Outside the exhibit hall, post your burning questions about how to prepare your people, processes and technology to address the future of Procurement. You’ll have the chance to learn actionable solutions from some of our keynote panelists from earlier in the day that you can apply as soon as you return back to the office.
11:30 am - 12:30 pm Interactive Roundtable DiscussionsJake Bealke - Senior Manager, Global Real Estate & Corporate Services, Edgewell Personal Health John Miller - Manager, Indirect Sourcing, KONE Americas Tim Gross - Global Lead, Indirect Procurement, McCormick & Co. Jill Robbins - Director Global Procurement, Elanco Animal Health
These interactive roundtable sessions take a deep dive into the specific areas you came to learn about. Sit and learn in an intimate format from the speakers who have had an impact on their company and industry. Take control of your own event experience and don’t be shy! Ask questions (or answer them!) alongside other conference attendees who are dealing with the same challenges as you network with industry peers with very similar challenges, interests and responsibilities.
1.Talk To Me: Stakeholder Communication Jake Bealke, Sr. Manager – Global Real Estate & Corporate Services, Edgewall Personal Health
2.Keeping Score: Scorecarding and Benchmarking John Miller, Manager, Indirect Sourcing, KONE Americas
3.Working With GPOs Tim Gross, Global Lead, Indirect Procurement, McCormick & C
4.Entrepreneurship In Procurement Jill Robbins, Director Global Procurement, Elanco Animal Health
5.Strategy in Supplier Relationship Management
6.Change Is Good: Procurement Transformation
7.Do The Right Thing: Corporate Social Responsibility
8.Stay Nimble: Procurement Agility That Supports The Business
Jake BealkeSenior Manager, Global Real Estate & Corporate Services
Edgewell Personal Health
John MillerManager, Indirect Sourcing
Tim GrossGlobal Lead, Indirect Procurement
McCormick & Co.
Jill RobbinsDirector Global Procurement
Elanco Animal Health
12:30 pm - 1:00 pm Working Group Report Backs
The facilitators of the morning working groups will each take 5 minutes to present the outcomes from their session.