GBS Leadership Exchange: Retail and CPG GBS Success: Reimagining Operating and Governance Models | Virtual Roundtable
Retail and CPG GBS Success: Reimagining Operating and Governance Models
As you are likely experiencing first-hand, retail and consumer packaged goods (CPG) Global Business Services (GBS) organizations have evolved from internal providers to strategic partners to the enterprise, driving operational and technological advancements.
What’s next? How can you ensure your GBS continues to be successful?
The next wave of evolution will hinge on key outcomes, such as delivering value beyond arbitrage, growing your enterprise’s top-line, and reducing barriers inhibiting GBS-enterprise collaboration. To meet these objectives, GBS organizations such as yours will need to make critical adjustments to their operating and governance models.
Join our exclusive GBS Leadership Exchange virtual roundtable, “Retail and CPG GBS Success: Reimagining Operating and Governance Models,” on Thursday, May 19, 2022, 8:30-10 am EDT / 6-7:30 pm IST.
What you will take away
In this collaborative session, you’ll come away with new insights from our experts and your peers as you exchange perspectives on key priorities for retail and CPG GBS organizations, including:
- The 2022 vision for retail and CPG GBS organizations
- Key areas and enablers for future value creation
- Futuristic operating and governance models
- Success driving actions for retail and CPG GBS leaders
- Success stories from best-in-class peers
Who should attend?
- GBS leaders
- GBS strategy leaders
- GBS site leaders
Virtual Roundtable Guidelines
This event is available to our GBS Leadership Exchange members only. The only price of admission is participation. Attendees should be prepared to share their experiences and be willing to engage in discourse.
Participation is limited to enterprises (no service providers), and Everest Group must approve each attendance request to ensure an appropriate size and mix of participants. The sessions are 90 minutes in duration and include introductions, a short presentation, and a facilitated discussion.