If the COVID-19 pandemic has had a silver lining, it has been the forced shift to working from home and decentralizing the office building. While this transition to working from home has not been without growing pains, the benefits outweigh the costs in terms of preparing for emergencies on the horizon. Now that we know we can work efficiently from home; it is time to explore options to make our offices even more resilient in the face of future emergencies.
With every challenge comes opportunity, and the 2020 pandemic is no exception. Pulse is here to help with some short-term and long-term strategies for navigating the recovery process and beyond.
Regardless of preparation and planning, crises will eventually occur. It is the procurement professional’s job to help resolve them and apply your acquired knowledge in the preparation for the next event. Mitigating the human cost of disaster is an important reason why procurement is a part of disaster response and recovery planning. Here are some essential steps for successful procurement crisis management. Read more “5 Ways to Improve Your Procurement Crisis Management”
In response to COVID-19, NASPO has created a web directory for resources related to procurement.
This directory, available through the NASPO website, highlights resources both from NASPO and external sources which provide valuable information for state procurement offices during the pandemic. Read more “NASPO Announces COVID-19 Resource Directory”