How do you ensure supply, secure compliance, and globalize your business?

We have a webinar coming up that hopes to tell you just that, with some supply chain risk management lessons learned from AGCO. Sponsored by riskmethods (we don't say this often, but have you seen their tool? It's legitimately fun!), and featuring Spend Matters VP of Research Thomas Kase, we'll take you through AGCO's story, including all the ups and downs. Join us on 1-2pm Central on 5/27! (If you'll be a couple beers in at the pub at that time, you're welcome to register anyway and get the slides and recording in a follow-up email).

Speaking of webinars, we have several more in the works for June so stay tuned for next week. Here are the highlights from the US this week:

IBM and Coupa made a partnership announcement...and the world kept turning. While we are excited to see IBM Emptoris expand the breadth of its capabilities that it can deliver through the partnership, the devil really is in the execution details.

Andrew Karpie finished off his series of posts covering the VMSA in Vegas - where contingent workforce suppliers are bracing for a "demanding supply chain environment."

We spoke to Rio Tinto's CFO Christ Lynch on 2 main reasons that companies should spend money.

Here are some thoughts from Deloitte on talent management.

McDonald's has made some pretty hefty CSR promises - but can they actually deliver?

No new music this week, I'm afraid - nothing has impressed me much! What's everyone's prediction for the big summer hit this year??

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