What Does An Effective Supplier Governance Program Look Like?

In case you missed it, you can now listen in to the recent Governance chapter webinar. View the playback here

Our esteemed speaker Linda Tuck Chapman, CPO, Sourcing, Payables and Supplier Governance from BMO Financial Group shared insights that will broaden your understanding of skills and attributes necessary for Governance success.

Chapter Chair Atul Vashistha of Neo Group has often said that, “Good governance is what enables companies to lock in gains from sourcing and realize value beyond cost savings. Additionally, key success factors of great sourcing relationships include good governance processes, trained and experienced teams and proven governance tools and monitoring.”

According to a recent IAOP survey, Governance is the top challenge facing outsourcing professionals today. Outsourcing Governance is a complicated topic, encompassing a range of issues from performance and change management, to staffing and skills, to metrics and incentives to mindset and culture.

This webinar was a presentation sponsored by the IAOP Governance Chapter leadership team:
Atul Vashistha, COP, Chair; Chairman, Neo Group
Pradip Khemani, Co-Chair; Director, Blue Shield of California
Craig Ostrander, Co-Chair; Program Manager, Vendor Management, Applied Materials
Jack Sanderson, Co-chair; Manager, Boston Scientific
James Shea, COP-GOV, Co-chair; IAOP Training & Certification Committee, Authorized Governance Workshop Trainer



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IAOP Governance Chapter leadership team

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09-24-2013|Webinars0 Comments