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IACCM Member Meeting - Wellington
This IACCM Member Meeting in Wellington, New Zealand will focus on Best Practice for commercial organisations.
This event is open to all IACCM members, member’s guests, and anyone in the procurement, contracting, and commercial space, and is free to attend thanks to our host, Inland Revenue and our keynote speaker Dr Sara Cullen.
Dr Sara Cullen is recognized by the Global Sourcing Association (UK) as one of the world's foremost thought leaders in their A-list of trail blazers. Her in-depth knowledge is globally acknowledged, She has written 19 books and 126 best practice and research publications on the subject of contracts and contract management.
She has consulted to 149 clients, representing both the buy-side and the sell-side, spanning 51 countries, in with contract values over $18B. She is a regular speaker, having presented to over 300 major conferences and featured in numerous publications.
Wellington IACCM members are fortunate that Dr Cullen is volunteering her time and knowledge for free during this high-energy and enjoyable interactive session.
Host: Inland Revenue
Location: Level 5, Asteron Centre, 55 Featherston Street, Wellington
09:45-10:00 Welcome and emergency procedures
10:00-10:15 IACCM 2019 update by Karen Whitehouse, Manager Corporate Commercial at Inland Revenue
10:15-11:00 Commercial Benchmarking across Organisations, by Dr Sara Cullen
As 2019 comes to a close, we turn our minds to 2020. How can we make a difference next year? At the member meeting, Dr. Cullen will help you choose the best practice to bring to your organisation. At the meeting, we'll
- baseline your organisation
- see how close to best practice you think it is
- choose our focus for 2020
11:15-11:45 Interactive session, continued
11:45-12:00 Close of Formal Meeting and networking.
12:00-12:30 Opportunity for further networking at Inland Revenue’s large cafeteria.
Space is limited, so register now to reserve your seat.
See you soon.
Anna van der Lugt
IACCM Council Member for New Zealand