The Walt Disney Company implemented the P-Card three years ago across most of the Western European markets. The programme originated in Western Europe and has been rolled subsequently to the U.S. This session aims to discuss how and why The Walt Disney Company got to where they are, where they actually are, and current opportunities. Specifically, the presenter will cover:
• reviewing the programme
• understanding their Change Management Approach
• surfacing successes and future opportunities
About the Speaker:
Christopher Rhoades, Senior Manager, EMEA SAP Sustainment, The Walt Disney Company LTD
Christopher has worked for the Walt Disney Company since 2003 where he started on the original SAP roll-out (appropriate, for Disney, called Tomorrowland). After working on moving ABC Networks to a steady-state use of SAP in the business processes (PTP, T&E, operations reporting), he moved on to a role in Sourcing and Procurement, responsible for Enterprise governance of PTP within SAP. In 2008, he moved to London to manage EMEA's business processes for The Walt Disney Company, and it was under this role he kicked off the P-Card implementation. In 2012 his remit grew to include all of EMEA's SAP FI needs (e.g. GL, assets, etc.).
|What do you get?
||Link to recorded webinar through the GoToWebinar solution.
All NAPCP member/subscriber commercial card and payment professionals who have an interest in growing a Commercial Card programme in a global market.
This presentation is approximately 60 minutes in duration.
|Original Presentation Date
||January 28, 2015
Viewing of this presentation will earn 0.25 point toward CPCP initial eligibility or recertification.