Tuesday, 24 November, 2020
9 Oct_Tweetchat

Resilience Through Reskilling In Procurement

The coronavirus pandemic has made this question more urgent. Workers across industries must figure out how they can adapt to rapidly changing conditions, and companies have to learn how to match those workers to new roles and activities in their procurement function. This dynamic is about more than remote working—or the role of automation and AI. It’s about how leaders can reskill and upskill the workforce in procurement to deliver new business models in the post-pandemic era.

To meet this challenge, companies should craft a talent strategy that develops employees’ critical digital and cognitive capabilities, their social and emotional skills, and their adaptability and resilience in Procurement. Now is the time for companies to double down on their learning budgets and commit to reskilling. Developing this muscle will also strengthen companies for future disruptions.

We will be discussing following questions during the chat:

Q1: What are the key drivers for transformation in procurement industry, in the post covid19 scenario?

Q2: With the move toward automation of many end-user tasks, what skills  are required to drive transformation?

Q3: What are the major challenges in helping employees acquire the needed skills?

Q4: What are the elements of the resilient digital foundation needed by the procurement industry?

Q5: What best practices do you see among leading organizations in other industries that procurement can take inspiration from?

Log into your Twitter account, join us @CPOInnovation #TSCT20 and tweet your views on Resilience Through Reskilling In Procurement with other industry leaders from 03:00 PM – 04:00 PM IST on October 09, 2020.

For more information, please contact:
Sejal Gupta
Senior Manager – Marketing & Content Production
M: +91 8859964326
CPO Innovation – Strategic Intelligence to Supply Chain

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09 Oct 2020
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3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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CPO Innovation