The rapid migration to digital technologies driven by the pandemic has accelerated the digitization of business functions in Canada and across the globe. A dominant trend has been the use of automation, innovative digital platforms, and artificial intelligence (AI) to address rapid changes in supply chain related constraints and priorities.

Joining our lawyers will be guest speaker Stephany Lapierre, the founder and CEO of Tealbook, a highly coveted supply chain thought leader, and one of the most influential minds in emerging data technologies. 


  • How to manage your disrupted supply chain with AI
  • Risk analysis frameworks to help you assess and mitigate risks related to digitization within compressed timelines
  • The sprint towards agile procurement and contracting
  • The ownership blind spot: How to properly retain value in your data, business processes and technology
  • Potential cyber and data security risk



This is a 60 minute webinar and its delivery is available in English only.

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