The Power of Partnership: Driving Innovation and Excellence across a Rapidly Growing City Monday, 21 October 2019 from 2:15 PM – 3:15 PM

Streaming Location
Katella Terrace
Session Type
Learning Experience

Tremendous effort and resources go into developing a Corporate Real Estate and Facilities Services strategy, selecting the right service delivery model and negotiating complex contracts with selected service providers. The ongoing strategic relationship also requires effort, as well as resources with the proven experience and expertise to ensure that the expected value of the relationship is achieved throughout its lifetime. Ultimately, success is in the post-contract execution. This session will focus on knowing when Supplier Relationship Management (SRMG) is right for you.

Key Takeaways:

  • Implement effective performance management to achieve real strategic alignment and refocus the parties on the intent of the deal.

  • Be prepared to fully engage all stakeholders in the relationship to drive efficiency and effectiveness and improve transparency and collaboration

  • Empower strategic relationship results to align vision and objectives, achieve desired outcomes and thrive.


Portrait photo of Ingrid Fenn Ingrid Fenn
President and CEO, SIREAS, LLC
Portrait photo of Michele Flynn Michele Flynn
Executive Chairman, SIREAS, LLC
Portrait photo of Kris Herrera Kris Herrera
Global Manager, Operations Support & Strategies, Adobe Systems Inc.
Portrait photo of Mark Moseley Mark Moseley
Senior Vice President, Business Control Manager, Bank of America
Portrait photo of Colette Temmink, MCR, SLCR Colette Temmink, MCR, SLCR
Global Head of Integrated Facilities Management, Global Occupier Services, Blue Skyre, IBE


Outsourcing, Partnering, Performance Management

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