Existing sustainability challenges require supply chains to extract less resources and to dispose less waste by operating more as a loop and less as a chain.
This can be achieved using a multiplicity of levers where Purchasing, and Procurement professionals have significant contribution to make. This can include rethinking the needs for what we buy; integrating take back options in contract clauses and securing new capabilities needed to repair, remanufacture, or recycle assets and products.
During this webinar we will help everyone understand what the circular economy is and how we can contribute to implementing it.
The webinar will include a presentation by Patrick Carminati from Lexmark, who will share with us his passion and how he implemented a remanufacturing approach for laser cartridges. This will highlight how by combining a total cost analysis with a solid change management approach significant progress can be achieved.
We target curious and ambitious procurement professionals – CPOs, Category Managers, Buyers Interested in going further with sustainability.
Senior executive, recognized as a change agent, his various experiences helped him to develop a wide range of skills in the manufacturing operation, supply chain/ sourcing areas with proven leadership role in cross cultural and cross expertise environments.
Highly interested in new technology, deeply involved and proactive in sustainability and circular economy projects, his center of interest remains human. In both his personal and professional life Patrick states “human being and behavior always fascinated me”. No surprise that coaching people to help them growing and achieving their objective & connecting the dots is a driver for Patrick. “
Value Creation Observatory Director & Professor
Hervé blends the best of the academic and practitioner thinking to create a unique learning experience and engaging articles. He continuously looks at the trends that will shape the business world in the future. He believes that the competitive edge of companies will increasingly be co-created with suppliers as innovation needs to be seized outside.
Two sessions are planned on the same day, to allow participants from all over the world to join:
Duration of the presentation is 40’ followed by 20’ Q&A (60 minutes in total).
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Participation is free-of-charge but, as the number of places is limited, registration is compulsory.
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09:00 Mexico City
11:00 Buenos Aires
11:00 São Paulo