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How Game Theory can change the role of Procurement

Tuesday, 20 November 2018 - READING

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How Game Theory can change the role of Procurement
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With in-house production decreasing in most industries, supply chains are becoming more complex and integrated and organisations need to rely on their suppliers’ flexibility and innovations. Game theory can enable Procurement to deal with these challenges, unlock its true potential, and move its role within the organisation from a reactive service provider to a highly strategic value driver.

Furthermore, participants will learn how the application of game theory can enable them to steer supplier negotiations in their favour.

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    Programme

    Please note, timings are approximate and subject to change.

    TimeTitleSpeaker
    18:30Event registration and refreshments
    19:00Event start - Chairman's welcome and opening remarks
    19:10PresentationTWS Partners
    20:10Q&A
    20:30Networking
    21:00Event close, approx

    Speakers

    Dr Sebastian Moritz

    DirectorTWS Partners Limited

    As an expert in strategic procurement and applied industrial economics & market design, Sebastian leads large strategic sourcing activities and transformation projects for European organisations. He is also in charge of TWS Partner’s international business development. After studying applied Game Theory in Germany and Canada, Sebastian obtained his Ph.D. in Supply Chain Management on the topic of supplier selection in high risk scenarios.

    Venue

    Tuesday 20 Nov - READING

    Holiday Inn Reading - South
    500 Basingstoke Road
    READING
    Berkshire
    RG2 0SL
    UNITED KINGDOM
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