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[Pod] The Greatest Time to Be In Procurement is Now w/ Dr. Elouise Epstein

By November 17, 2021April 7th, 2024No Comments

“We should be adding value. And adding value is not making the purchasing process harder. I cannot stress that enough. We need to be enabling and facilitating a seamless, frictionless buying experience.”

Leading procurement organizations are constantly reimagining their processes and operating models, but in today’s unpredictable and fast-changing world they are under more pressure than ever to deliver a high-level roadmap to building the procurement function of tomorrow.

 In TRANSFORM – a thought-provoking new podcast series from Art of Procurement in partnership with Globality – we spotlight the agenda-setting procurement leaders and companies who are changing the game and redefining the Future of Procurement.

 For the first episode in this special series, host Philip Ideson talks with Dr. Elouise Epstein, a partner at Kearney and the acclaimed author of Trade Wars, Pandemics, and Chaos: How Digital Procurement Enables Business Success in a Disordered World. She is surely at the forefront of driving the procurement profession to an elevated future.

Dr. Elouise shares her honest perspectives on:

  • How she thinks most procurement leaders need to change their thinking about the profession
  • How technologies like AI can enable companies to achieve their ESG goals and tap into new sources of innovation, growth and enterprise value
  • The traits that distinguish the companies that have best positioned themselves for long term success

Why Procurement Leaders Must Believe in a Digital Future

Read an exclusive excerpt from Dr. Elouise Epstein’s thought-provoking new book: Trade wars, pandemics, and chaos: How digital procurement enables success in a disordered world. Click here to download a free excerpt.


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