ProcureCon Pharma 2020

17 - 18 March, 2020

Hotel Palace Berlin, Germany

44 (0) 207 368 9465

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Ditte Marie Lindberg, Global CPO at Lundbeck
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Ditte Marie Lindberg


Global CPO
Lundbeck

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Day One – Tuesday 17th March

Tuesday, March 17th, 2020


9:40 AM Keynote Panel with Live Polling - Value beyond cost: How can you inspire an innovation-driven culture in procurement and successfully communicate the function’s purpose to the business?

·         Challenging the status quo amongst senior stakeholders: Proving that procurement is not merely a cost-saving function but a valuable innovation-driver
·         Identifying new KPIs for the new era: To incentivise true business impact, how should procurement’s successes and failures be measured?
·         Motivating procurement teams to think differently and understand that their decisions have a genuine impact on the lives of others – your patients
·         What is patient-centricity, what does it mean and how can it be applied to procurement to create a meaningful mission statement?

2:10 PM Creative Boardroom - How can the pharma CPO community collaborate to revolutionise performance metrics to ensure that you are truly measured on value added beyond cost savings?

  • How are CPOs changing the conversation at an executive level regarding the evolution of the role?
  • What are the common challenges when trying to change performance metrics within your organisation?
  • If traditional cost measures are no longer applicable, what metrics should be considered when suggesting prospective changes?
  • What successes can be shared in regards to breaking the mould on performance metrics and overhauling procurement KPIs?
  • How do you inspire your teams to be bigger picture thinkers and to consider value as their main driver, and how are they rewarded for doing so?
  • What is the future of procurement, if not a cost-saving function, and what does this mean for the skillsets required?