The global pandemic and a cascading series of disruptions have fundamentally altered supply chain and procurement operations, and many companies were ill-equipped to adapt to an altered landscape. Now, new research shows that there may be an underlying misalignment in the response: a disconnect between supply chain and procurement operations, and a disconnect between these practices and the enterprise on strategic priorities.
What’s the impact, and what can be done to fix it?
Watch the webcast Misalignment in Supply Chain, Procurement and the Enterprise: How Technology Can Mend the Disconnect for the answers. Alex Zhong, GEP Director, and Dr. Robert Handfield, Professor of Supply Chain Management at North Carolina State University, will provide expert insight into the pain points organizations are facing, the roots of the problem and how technology may mend the gap.
Key Discussion Points:
- The misaligned priorities between supply chain and procurement executives, and how they can close the gap and address pain points
- The disconnect between supply chain and procurement practices and enterprise priorities, and how they can align to meet expectations
- How collaboration technology may be able to close process gaps and improve results