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2019 Fall Edition
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Collier's New CEO, Scott Nelson
IAOP Brings Impact Sourcing Community Together
Getting Intelligent Automation/RPA Right
Dr. Marci Rossell, Former CNBC Chief Economist &
SQUAWK BOX host to Keynote OWS2.0
... that and so much more!
Intelligent Automation and SLAs
Site Tracker: Latin America and the Caribbean
It’s a familiar scenario: Your organization is coming up on year-end and starting to feel the pressures of achieving your service level agreements (SLAs). Naturally, talks about improving over the previous year is driving the conversation, yet many are still trying to match resources to metrics for this year.
Latin America and the Caribbean have important roles to play in the evolving outsourcing industry. Latin America and Caribbean Outsourcing Council (LACOC) is IAOP’s newest assembly of thought leaders helping the association in efforts to deliver value to Latin America and Caribbean members.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) as a technology has come of age. In the recent past, RPA has become mainstream and continues to evolve at a rapid pace. RPA is a technology that automates repetitive and time-consuming business processes by deploying ‘bots,’ that imitate a human interacting within digital systems.
After heading Occupiers Services in the Americas for global commercial real estate services leader Colliers International, Scott Nelson was named CEO of the global business this summer.
Since joining Colliers in 2009, Nelson has developed and steadily grown the business organically year-over-year. Under his leadership, Colliers continues to do more with regional and global occupier clients, by adding real value through enterprising, advisory-focused services and a unique approach to technology services.
IAOP’s newest chapter launched in August and is already making waves in the industry and our membership. Aimed at promoting social responsibility awareness in our industry, it’s working to develop best practices supporting the concept “doing well by doing good.”
IAOP is seeking nominations of super-star individuals, teams and organizations for recognition at OWS2.0. Know a colleague who is a change-maker, proven leader or innovator? We want to give them the attention they deserve. Submit your online application for consideration by our judges’ panel for the five award programs.
Global research findings from NTT DATA show new digital technologies, increased competition and evolving customer expectations drive 61% of financial services and insurance companies to shift away from traditional, vertically-integrated business models of offering customers only their products. FS&Is are moving toward creating a Digital Business Platform that allows them to operate with fintechs, insurtechs and others in a global ecosystem to provide consumers value, 24/7. Findings show 9 in 10 global FS&Is believe in the need for transformational digital change. Learn how FS&I executives in six countries are combatting current market forces, including potentials like Apple, Facebook and Amazon.
OWS2.0 Preview: Big Economic Questions Answered by Summit Keynoter
Is the U.S. headed for a recession? That’s the biggest question on everyone’s minds today. And IAOP is bringing a former CNBC Chief Economist to the main stage at OWS2.0 to answer it. Dr. Marci Rossell, who also co-hosted Squawk Box, will present the opening keynote on Feb. 17 at the Renaissance Orlando.
Keynote OWS2.0 Panel, SRO Chapter and GISA Demonstrate Strong Interest
When the impact sourcing movement was getting started, IAOP identified it as “a trend to watch.” From those early days to today’s widespread acceptance, IAOP has been an advocate and influencer bringing together like-minded professionals to advance social responsibility and impact sourcing.
IAOP Webinar Provides Third Party Management Life Cycle
In today’s information society where digital technologies immediately deliver real-time communications, monitoring for risk has become a continuous process that no longer needs to wait for monthly performance reviews or scorecards. What steps do customers need to evaluate risk at every stage of the sourcing lifecycle in the rapidly changing world of digital convergence? Learn more and play back webinar!
Just like the well-known TED Talks, the ideas you’ll hear in the new AHEAD Talks will be worth spreading throughout your organization. These short 18-minute presentations at OWS2.0 focused on technology and the workforce of the future will get you thinking and stir some Summit excitement.
Governance in the digital era must be designed to ensure effective and efficient controls while supporting agile development and identifying opportunities. Wait no longer to dive deep into this compelling topic than November 13 when IAOP presents GOV19 in Chicago.
THE BEAT WITH JAG DALAL
In this issue, Jag Dalal, COP, Director of Thought Leadership, IAOP provides some perspective on how the industry has – and continues to – evolve. Read on for his analysis on offshoring work coming back to the U.S. and a look at an old strategy that doesn’t necessarily work in digital times.
WELCOME NEW COPs
Congratulations to our newly professonals! “Being a COP helps others to have more confidence in what I do and bring to the relationship. It says I care enough to study and keep up on my industry as Its changing so I can bring the most current knowledge and best practices to my clients.”
These two dynamic chapters have planned an exciting fall line up for IAOP members and guests to take advantage of live and virtual programs on topics that matter in the workplace. Get involved with one or both of these chapters, today! Learn more!
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