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Join us for this complimentary orientation for professional services firms. There is no charge for this online session, and you will learn how our best-practice research and content can help you achieve your firm’s and your clients' business objectives.
Join APQC on December 13 at 10:30 a.m. CDT for the first education membership orientation. This webinar will provide an overview of APQC, benefits of membership, and how to navigate the website to find the content and information you need.
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Today’s supply chain organizations are faced with a multitude of challenges ranging from ongoing cost-cutting efforts to digital disruptions, all of which give rise to a multitude of process-related initiatives. Are you:
If you answered "yes" to any of these challenges, or if you want to learn how organizations are using process frameworks for better results, join two of APQC’s thought leaders, Holly Lyke-Ho-Gland and Marisa Brown, for this webinar on December 13. They will explore how organizations leverage process frameworks to align and improve business processes, focusing on supply chain management.
Many finance teams are stuck using budgeting processes from the 1920s. These have been sped up by using spreadsheets but they still serve as once-a-year guesses of what you hope will happen. While your world is constantly changing, the budget plan remains fixed (and often less and less relevant). The good news is many organizations have found much better ways to plan and control by moving beyond budgets.
This APQC webinar on Wednesday, December 13 at 2:00 p.m. Central features Steve Player, director of BBRT North America, who will examine how you can create a better supported, more accountable organization by moving beyond budgeting to become future ready.
The objectives of this session are to: