Date June 9, 2014 Time 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Location St. Andrew’s Club and Conference Centre 150 King Street West, 27th Floor Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5H 1J9 Register SAVE Page ContentFor any organization, purchasing goods and services ranks at the top of the "must-do-right" list. When done well, procurement processes will drive innovative solutions and achieve best value. If procurement processes are done poorly, supply chains are interrupted, the spectre of costly litigation looms, and suppliers lose confidence in the organisation's ability or willingness to purchase goods and services in an open, fair manner. Numerous court decisions provide a rich body of evidence detailing how good procurements can go badly, and the consequences when they do. This presentation will showcase new and evolving procurement methods, and highlight the good, the bad and the just plain ugly. Our panel of leading procurement experts will help you understand the "how and why" of the shifting procurement landscape, and help you navigate around the obstacles that can so quickly push the purchasing process off course. This course is aimed at anyone interested in maximizing value in, and reducing obstacles from, supply management. We will offer practical guidance that will be of interest to procurement professionals, government officials, in-house counsel, and contract or project managers. For more information click here. To register, click here.