DAY 1 - SOS!!! – Rescuing a Procurement Crisis! (AGENDA FURTHER BELOW)
  • Procurement Week 2017: The Pantheon of Procurement

    SOS!!! - Rescuing a Procurement Crisis!

  • Bangor University's Institute for Competition & Procurement Studies (ICPS)
  • Achieve better results when things go wrong. Build combat strategies. Apply creative techniques to rectify harmful problems.
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SOS!!! – Rescuing a Procurement Crisis!

Theme of the day: Just imagine for a moment that you are half way through one of your most important projects and everything is running smoothly. Suddenly, one of your key contractors informs you that they are unable to finish that job, deliver that product, or provide that service!

What next? Well, come and hear how procurement crisis professionals can expertly salvage the ‘situation’, and how business savvy lawyers with effective strategic and lateral thinking can play a valuable role.

Why you should attend: Achieve better results when things go wrong. Build combat strategies. Apply creative techniques to rectify harmful problems.

Who should attend: This day is appropriate for professionals at all levels who want to enhance their crisis management skills and their ability to take control in moments of chaos when a procurement exercise or contract goes wrong, or out of control.

Social Media Keywords: #PW2017 #SOSProcurement #CrisisatPW2017


MAIN PROGRAMME AGENDA: SOS!!! - Rescuing a Procurement Crisis!
09:00-09:30 Registration

09:30-09:40 Welcome Address: Survival in a Procurement Crisis - Three Golden Rules
Dermot Cahill, Institute for Competition & Procurement Studies, Bangor University

09:40-10:10 Keynote Address: Crisis? What crisis?- A Procurement Solutions Overview
Chris Hoyle, Independent Procurement Strategist, formerly with the Cabinet Office

10:10-10:40 Communicating in a Procurement Crisis
James Foster, Associate Director, Hill+Knowlton Strategies

10:40-11:10 Refreshments & Networking

11:10-12:30 Session I: Procurement in a Critical Emergency
Chair: Seamus McCann, Consulting Ireland
11:10-11:30 Disaster Mitigation & Adopting Appropriate Processes Chris Scott, R3S Global Ltd
11:30-11:50 Critical Systems Failure: Getting back on your feet Christophe Frerson & Justine Meni, Blacklight
11:50-12:10 Key contractual Issues to consider when Procuring in an Emergency, Dr. Sam De Silva, Partner, Nabarro LLP
12:10-12:30 Q&A

12:30-13:30 Lunch & Networking

13:30-14:00 Afternoon Keynote Address: How Effective are Economic Models in Addressing a Procurement Crisis
Gustavo Piga, University of Rome Tor Vergata

14:00-15:15 Session II: Procurement Crisis: Failures by Suppliers / In-house Purchasers
Chair: Dermot Cahill, Institute for Competition & Procurement Studies, Bangor University
14:00-14:20 IT Procurement Failures - Recovery & Remedies Rory O’Keeffe, Accenture
14:20-14:40 Effective Legal Tools in a Procurement Crisis Anna-Marie Curran, A&L Goodbody
14:40-15:00 Abnormally Low Bids & the Effect of Failure Grith Skovgaard Olykke, Copenhagen Business School
15:00-15:15 Q&A

15:15-15:30 Refreshments & Networking

15:30-16:50 Session III: Legal Intervention & Reputation Management in a Procurement Crisis
Chair: Dr Ama Eyo, Institute for Competition & Procurement Studies, Bangor University
15:30-15:50 Reputation Preservation in a Procurement Crisis Eddie Bromilow, UKSBS
15:50-16:10 Mishandling a Procurement Crisis Philip Lee, Philip Lee Solicitors
16:10-16:40 Making Best Use of the In-house Lawyer in a Procurement Crisis Chris Pownall, Siemens
16:40-16:50 Q&A

16:50-17:20 Closing Address: If you think GOOD procurement is expensive, you should consider the price of BAD procurement , Dr Ama Eyo, Institute for Competition & Procurement Studies, Bangor University

18:00-21:00 Global Gathering at The Crystal (Subscription Event)


SOCIAL PROGRAMME AGENDA: Global Gathering at The Crystal - Procurement Week 2017
• 18:30 to 22:00 - Social Programme Agenda Coming Soon...

For more information about Day 2: Procuring a Connected Living: The Internet of Things, click HERE.