How to attract and retain planning talent in the future?
The future of planning | Part III
In 10 years’ time, planning will be a whole different ballgame. Now is the time to start preparing – in terms of technology, talent, and organization. In a series of 3 articles, we will share our views on the future of planning. In the current article we will discuss how new activities and automated tasks will significantly change job profiles and planning roles, and what this means in terms of talent management: attracting and retaining the right people.
2020 CPO Flash Survey reveals shifting procurement strategy amid pandemic
Key insights to inform the future of procurement
Procurement leaders should reallocate resources, maximize data visibility, and establish strong supplier relationships to thrive during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sourcing Optimisation: reach the next level in Digital Procurement
Increasing Procurement impact by leveraging data and automation with advanced technology
We are experiencing unprecedented times in terms of supply security and efficiency. Simultaneously, the pressure to deliver increased savings from more events is equally prevalent in conversations. While these needs seem to be contradictory, they are mostly allocation problems that can be solved by unfolding the potentials of Digital Procurement.
Technology will truly start supporting supply chain planners
The future of planning | Part II
Preparing for the future of planning. Part II of this series: technology will take over the majority of planning decisions.
Building your Omni-Channel Journey
Today’s landscape is changing rapidly. With the surge in internet traffic, the explosion in media consumption and the increasing use of big data and advanced analytics, there is a clear change in the digital landscape. Next to that, also the supplier landscape is evolving.