When it comes to risk in the supply chain, procurement teams are urged to be proactive, to be informed by data and to involve stakeholders. Particularly at a time when travel spend can represent an area of maverick behaviour, environmental concern and potential disruption due to global risk, your team needs to have control, insight, a stakeholder-centric approach, and understand how to adapt. What’s at stake is the health and safety of traveling employees, the ability to control costs and save money, and the ability to quickly respond to changing market conditions -- all to mitigate risk.
View this thought leadership on-demand webinar hosted by Procurement Leaders to learn how leaders within the procurement function can improve their risk management capabilities and apply best practice to real-world situations.
- How technology can be deployed to support risk management at a category level
- What techniques teams are adopting to better anticipate and react to risk
- What current trends or threats travel managers are facing, how they’re adapting, and how they’re using third parties to better manage and mitigate those risks
Director, Emergency Management & Planning, The We Company
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