Connected Planning for financial outcomes and sustainability
Is your procurement team involved in strategic corporate decisions and plans from their inception? If procurement wants an active role in planning and execution to improve financial outcomes, they need to be a fully connected and collaborative partner to the business.
Because of their responsibilities and visibility into the supply chain, procurement is well-suited to participate in planning conversations that connect multiple functional stakeholders and multiple tiers of external supply partners. This requires understanding and articulating the cost and revenue impacts of business decisions in the immediate term, as well as forecasting future implications. With the right vision, this combination of activities and capabilities drives improved outcomes and increased accountability.
Find out how to increase your business alignment and performance in this on-demand webinar. Panelists for the AOP Live session include: Executive Director at the Impact Institute, Dr. Adrian de Groot Ruiz; Sr. Director, Capabilities and Continuous Improvement at Anheuser-Busch, Nick Wingbermuehle; and Head of Supply Chain Solutions, Sourcing, and Procurement at Anaplan, Bryan Baum. –The panel will answer questions from a live audience, such as:
- Vision:Why should procurement teams be concerned with driving financial outcomes? What does this mean for their relationships with finance and operations?
- Strategy:How can procurement ensure that their planning efforts meet or exceed performance expectations and also support sustainability?
- Action:What data and systems support are required to set procurement up for success? Where can automation and benchmarking be leveraged? How can we shift thinking toward proactive procurement planning?