Marriott Hotel in Warsaw
Mysterious VUCA is fast approaching the business world — the next edition of the prestigious PROCON/POLZAK procurement conference, with last year’s turnout of 500 participants, is also round-the-corner.
More info: www.konferencja-proconpolzak.pl
As part of the PROCON/POLZAK 2019 conference planned for 21–22 October, industry experts and leaders will talk about the importance of Procurement for organizations, impact of technology on everyday work, and the role of the board and the management in building procurement teams that can face the challenges of the volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) business environment. Procurement directors and manager from companies like: Orange, Fujitsu, ING Bank Śląski, Bayer, mBank, Lyreco, and Amrest will share their experiences and best practices.
The conference will also host discussion panels as well as international and national industry leaders. Speeches delivered by Professor Christopher Abraham (CEO & Head at Dubai Campus and Senior Vice President at SP Jain School of Global Management) and Maciej Trybulec (Partner at Talent Center and longterm CEO at Sanofi Pasteur) will be the highlights of the first day of the conference.
The international guest – Professor Christopher Abraham – in his keynote speech entitled Procurement in VUCA world will describe the signs of VUCA in modern business, the influence of the advancing digitization, and the impact of both factors on the procurement function in organizations.
The other speaker opening the conference, Maciej Trybulec, will deliver a speech entitled Leader transformation in the times of VUCA, which represents a slightly different point of view – challenges that leaders who build procurement teams will need to face in the volatile and risky business environment.
This year, the popular and well-received Thematic Roundtables, i.e.:moderated discussions in 12 person groups, will be extended for the duration of the entire conference. The agenda itself, will be divided, as always, into thematic blocks: