SIG Speaks Weekly Briefing – March 25

Here’s your weekly update on the latest thought leadership, networking events and training with SIG.

SAP Ariba Live Sustainability Summit

More and more companies are committed to continuously aligning sustainability with their business strategies. Join sustainability experts and practitioners, including SIG’s CEO Dawn Tiura, at SAP Ariba Live on April 1-3 in Austin, to discover new tools, technologies, and resources to strengthen sustainability programs.

New eBook on Supplier Risk

In today’s disruptive business environment, your suppliers’ risks are your risks. It’s time to develop a comprehensive risk management program that protects your brand, customers, and bottom line in a world where global supply chains are symbiotically intertwined and interdependent.

SIG University Open Enrollment

In today’s aggressive job market, keeping up with the latest trends is crucial to your company’s growth and success. Over 1,000 students from all over the world have completed SIG U’s certification program. They are getting a leg up and so should you. Don’t get left behind and enroll today.

Thought Leadership Webinar – Category Management in Only 30 Days!

This webinar will go deep into how to size the prize within your organization, what minefields to look out for, determining where gaps may exist from a category knowledge baseline and finally, how to conduct this entire analysis to set your organization up for category management success, within 30 days!

Latest Future of Sourcing Articles

Many businesses are not successfully implementing automation and key reason is that businesses are constrained by the legacy of people- and paper-based processes. Specifically, they’re haunted by operational “ghosts”. How do you overcome the burdens of the past?

The World Economic Forum (WEF) reports that $2 trillion U.S. dollars are wasted every year on corrupt purchasing decisions. Imagine how different our world would be if people made the right purchasing decisions every time? If corruption, quality and value weren’t a concern?

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