Moderator: John Bree, SVP & Partner, Neo Group Panelists: Umapathy Viswanathan, Director, Strategic Partner Governance, BCBS Association; Doug Ausnehmer, Director, Supplier Management Office Business & Technology Services, Abbott Labs; Keshia Manning, Manager, Enterprise Supplier Management, HCSC; Andy Gottschalk, Managing Director, Emergent Holdings Inc.
As our operating models and support mechanisms continue to change at an accelerated pace, slow, episodic Governance must be replaced with agile, resilient and sustainable programs. This panel will provide insight to where we are heading and how to be prepared for the road ahead.
Panelists: Shuchita Singh, Director - Outsourcing CoE, AbbVie; Marty Hill, Director, Governance Support Services, Neo Group; Claude Marais, President, Co Founder, SirionLabs
Governance and Control programs must be involved at the earliest practical stage of the business, process and system design lifecycle. Imbedding Third Party Risk Management practices and protocols in the business, operations and technology functions, provides a platform to demonstrate the value of governance and controls in both economic and growth programs. Join a panel of experts as they discuss how they are leveraging partners to enhance their governance programs. Learn how to not just leverage technology but also a global outsourced governance model.
Moderator: Mark Mullally, AD - Enterprise Risk & Performance Management, AbbVie, Inc.
Panelists: Nina Reyes, VP, Director - Senior Privacy Officer, HSBC Bank & Keshia Manning, Manager, Enterprise Supplier Management, HCSC
As companies expand their operations and suppliers relationships globally, an associated risk rises too. This risk can best be described as disruptions of operations and services. We are seeing disruptions rise in frequency and severity. Learn how leading governance organizations are managing and mitigating risks using risk data and intelligence. Leading companies are not just exercising good governance on suppliers but also on cyber and geographic related risks.
Moderator: Brian Sensenig, Sr. Director of Vendor Management, Conagra Brands
Panelists: Boris Abezgauz, Partner, PwC Strategy&; Micheal Urban, Director, PwC Strategy&
Advanced technologies are increasingly integral to global shared services organizations and are changing the
relationship with outsourcing partners. These digital trends have raised the bar on what one requires from outsourcing partners, including: scopes of services, real time process intelligence, and evolving value propositions. Locking-in higher productivity and savings from automation, adding a suite of AI capabilities that drive better performance, or getting access to hard-to recruit talent are all attainable objectives that require a new type of agile outsourcing arrangement. Gone are the days of long-term, cumbersome contracts that rewarded the vendors for labor arbitrage benefits and maintaining the status quo. In today’s agile world, capturing the full potential from your strategic vendor relationships will require enterprises to evolve how
they invest in new capabilities, manage functions, and contract/govern outsourcing partners. Join us as we share practical experiences on what it takes to establish, manage and sustain ‘agile’ outsourcing relationships with effective and empowered governance to rapidly make decisions and achieve these results.
Speakers: James Lee, Governance, Risk, & Compliance Global Lead, Avasant and Rawle Howard, AVP & Chief Procurement Officer, Howard University
Whether they formally realize it, nearly every organization regardless of industry is in the midst of digital transformation which simply translated means disruption. The pace of digital transformation, its impact on the organization's vendor ecosystems and operating models, need for resources with the right skills and competencies, and the requirement for better analytics implores transformation to digital governance. Governance must move from tactical command and control functions to strategic enablers that unlock insights and greater value from their vendor relationships to achieve expected business outcomes. Join in to hear about how some organizations are turning to platform-based services to successfully address these challenges.
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