The MAPI Law Council meeting provides a roundtable forum for general counsels with first-class opportunities for sharing best practices around a variety of issues, including corporate governance, compliance, legal management and cost control, securities regulation, and employment practices.
For many companies, debt compliance is a cumbersome, ineffective process. The problem is that debt agreements are dense documents with too many covenants – some important and some not so important – written by the best lawyers your money can buy.
Redefine Indirect Procurement is an interactive educational event spanning a day and a half that will feature case studies and breakout discussions focused on sourcing.
The MAPI Risk Management Council provides a roundtable forum for senior risk management leaders to share best practices in a vendor-free roundtable setting. Our semiannual meetings focus on roundtable dialogue among peers from leading manufacturers. Participants will:
The MAPI Internal Audit Council meeting provides a roundtable forum for chief audit executives to share best practices on issues such as FCPA audits, uses of data analytics, and advisory projects that add value.
By leveraging the experiences of their peers, members use the MAPI Strategic Planning and Development Council to make their enterprises more competitive and to increase their personal effectiveness. The Council provides senior strategic planning and business development executives with first-clas
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This two-day event will introduce to you the tools, tactics, and strategies used across the manufacturing sector to audit the landscape of digital risks.
Companies lose valuable materials that slip into the waste stream every day. Through the circular economy, undervalued resources from one facility can be matched with the waste of another to create business-to-business materials reuse. This webinar will discuss Pathway21's B2B materials reuse platform that can integrate materials matching into core business practice.
The Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Cybersecurity & Communications helps the private sector understand and manage cyber risk, reduce the frequency and impact of cyber incidents, and build capacity. This webinar will highlight the benefits, services, and resources offered by three of DHS’ cyber programs: the CIKR Cyber Information Sharing and Collaboration Program (CISCP), Automated Indicator Sharing (AIS), and Enhanced Cybersecurity Services (ECS). Learn how to tap into these resources and bolster your cybersecurity program.