Sourcing Interests Group (SIG) Summit in May 2013 to Include Keynotes on Leadership, Talent Management, Performance and CEMEX Sourcing Transformation

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Fortune 500 procurement, sourcing and outsourcing executives to gather outside Jacksonville, Florida May 14-16, 2013.

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One of the most valuable opportunities our Summits provide is the chance for executives in Fortune 500/Global 1000 companies to benchmark with peer organizations.

SIG, the premier membership organization for sourcing, procurement and outsourcing executives, is holding a Global Sourcing Summit at the Omni Plantation Resort in Amelia Island, outside Jacksonville, Florida and will have four keynotes on topics that are top-of-mind for Fortune 500 decision makers. Keynotes for this event include:

  • Mike Staver, coach and author of Leadership Isn’t for Cowards speaking on “How to Build a High-Performance Culture”
  • Garrison Wynn, advisor, author and entertainer speaking on “What the Most Successful Leaders Do Differently”
  • Dave Barthel, executive director of Allegis Group Services speaking on “50% of Workforce Predicted to be Contingent Labor by 2015…Is This a Procurement Issue, HR Imperative or Both”
  • Roberto Chaverri, corporate vice president, CEMEX, Brad Peterson, partner, Mayer Brown and David Whitmore, vice chairman and president, Americas, ISG discussing the highly-anticipated sourcing transformation project by CEMEX, who in July 2012 announced that it expects to save close to $1 billion through a 10-year strategic agreement with IBM for ITO and BPO services.

“We are excited about all of these sessions. We’ve heard consistently from our members that they want to hear best practices on talent management and leadership, as these affect all parts of their organizations,” said Jeff Felix, SIG COO. “The CEMEX session will draw a lot of attention from our attendees, many of whom are struggling with sourcing transformation and how to achieve success.” Adds SIG CEO and President Dawn Evans, “One of the most valuable opportunities our Summits provide is the chance for executives in Fortune 500/Global 1000 companies to benchmark with peer organizations across industries and apply those learnings back to their own. The connections made by networking at the Summit alone can provide attendees with years of future value.”

In addition to the keynote sessions, the Summit’s three content-rich days include 12 workshops, over 35 breakout sessions and multiple daily networking opportunities. For more information or to register, visit http://www.sig.org/summit.

About SIG
SIG, http://www.sig.org, is a membership organization that has served sourcing, procurement and outsourcing professionals from Fortune 500 and Global 1000 companies throughout its history. SIG is unique in that it blends practitioners, service providers and advisory firms in a non-commercial environment. Members of all types are focused on improving bottom-line performance, quality and customer service through strategic sourcing/procurement and outsourcing initiatives. SIG is acknowledged by many as a world leader in providing an ongoing forum for networking and sharing thought leadership, innovation and “next” practices.

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