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Lalit Dhamija

FCIPS, Global Procurement and Supply Chain Trainer and Solutions Provider

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Remote Working for Procurement Professionals - Lessons and Way Forward

Working from home (WFH) is the new reality for professionals across industries. Companies should not only promote WFH for their employees during these difficult times but also make sure that the employees are enabled to work efficiently from home by providing them with required infrastructure. Procurement is also not untouched by this new normal. For procurement to work efficiently from home, organizations will need to speed up their digital transformation initiatives. Tools that will help procurement professionals to complete their task remotely without compromising on compliance parameters will emerge as champions. Tune to this latest podcast to listen to Mr. Lalit Dhamija talking candidly about the best practices to WFH.

About Author –

Mr Lalit Dhamija is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS). He is an experienced supply chain practitioner in Oil and Gas industry with over 38 years’ of experience. He is also an executive Chairman of CIPS UAE Branch Committees and regularly contributes to the procurement body of knowledge through active participation in events, seminars, and conferences. Lalit previously worked for Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) group as a ‘Procedure and Process Assurance Manager’ for 28 years till the end of 2017. He is currently active as a corporate procurement and supply chain trainer and consultant and travels globally for training and coaching C-Suite executives of MNCs. For more information visit his website - www.lalitdhamija.com

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