Bryan is the globally recognized expert on all aspects of flexible staffing programs and strategies, including management issues, MSP models, VMS technology, variable and full time labor, service program pricing options, contract and labor law, RFx process and supplier negotiation strategies. As a executive member of the Strategic Solutions Group and at Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), Bryan has a unique dual role. He is responsible for identifying, developing and implementing cutting-edge research and a strategy agenda for the end users of contingent labor across the Globe. Additionally, he assists CWS Council members in deploying tested strategies for managing their extended workforce programs. The total estimated contingent spend under management for CWS Council members exceeds $100 billion across a number of disparate industries from pharma and finance, to energy and software. Giving Bryan and the SIA team a unique visibility to the largest external labor market sample on the planet. Bryan also guides SIA’s staffing and MSP corporate membership from a buyer perspective as well as crafting the format and content for SIA webinars and conferences. Bryan’s knowledge comes from hands-on experience, having worked for more than a decade in various strategic sourcing leadership roles for Fortune 500 companies, implementing successful cross-unit programs and providing contingent workforce guidance to program managers worldwide. In 2012 Bryan and his team were tasked with developing and deploying an industry standard contingent workforce program management accreditation program. The Certified Contingent Workforce Professional (CCWP) designation is psychometrically defensible accreditation of its kind dedicated entirely to the contingent workforce practitioner. It would not be a stretch to say that he literally “wrote the book” on extended workforce management.
Bryan also is well-known for his regular column, from SIA’s electronic newsletter CWS 3.0. An accomplished and often-requested global keynote speaker, Bryan is often responsible for leading and facilitating conferences, executive briefings and provide strategic advisory services in the procurement/staffing space all over the World. His material is referenced in many industry blogs, reprints, and is included in various well-known business school curriculums.
Prior to joining SIA, Bryan was senior global commodity manager of professional services at Avery Dennison, a $5.3 billion global leader in pressure-sensitive technology and self-adhesive solutions for consumer products and label materials. As part of the company’s global procurement group, Bryan and his team were responsible for the management of all professional services and technology procurement worldwide. He led his team in procurement oversight for global travel, marketing, freight, capital expenses, MRO services, print communications, environmental services, and a host of other indirect verticals. This job helped sharpen Bryan’s international view of temporary labor contracts and consulting agreements. As a result, Bryan has the customer’s perspective and understands the trends in recruiting and human resource software applications. Bryan has supervised several global contingent labor programs of over $100 million in spend and total procurement management spend in excess of $750 million.
Bryan’s previous experience includes a stint at Vivendi Universal Entertainment (now NBC Universal) North America as acting director of strategic sourcing and professional services; while there, he implemented several early adapter VMS/MSP solutions, covering more than $100 million in total contingent labor spend.
A California native, Bryan graduated with a BA in economics from University of California at San Diego and lives with his wife and three children in La Verne, CA.
August 29, 2013
- Sample contract for agency personnel services provided
- Addresses contractual issues with overtime rates, conversion fees and SLAs
August 23, 2013
- Top VMS and MSP performers announced
- More than 20,000 buyers and more than 20,000 suppliers surveyed
- Buyers are generally modest promoters of VMS/MSP, suppliers staunch detractors
July 24, 2013
Over the course of a career in contingent workforce management, you may spend a lot of time discussing process and process improvement techniques. Here are some of the most common techniques to guide you in your selection:
July 18, 2013
- 16 providers participate in our first ever Payrolling/ICEC Landscape Report
- Participants report $3.6B in 2012 gross payrolling spend and $923M in agent-of-record spend
- All but 2 participants provide both payrolling and IC evaluation/compliance service
June 10, 2013
- $100 billion in global VMS/MSP spend accounted for in this study
- Global VMS and MSP spend in our study rose 21% and 18% in 2012, respectively
- VMS providers reported 62 "mega-programs" (programs with annual spend over $300 million)
May 22, 2013
Globalizing contingent workforce programs continues to be a hot topic among CW professionals, yet those who have expanded their programs, and those based in other countries, would advise caution before expanding.
April 24, 2013
The New Reality: How suppliers can be effective in this environment.
April 17, 2013
One of the highest priorities for today’s contingent workforce manager is the continued growth of their programs. But for those managers needing to expand their programs globally, the development of a governance structure is a big challenge.
April 3, 2013
A recent poll of CWS Council members indicated programs outside the U.S. aren't pushing to incorporate statement-of-work consultants.
March 13, 2013
- Global RPO market estimated at $4 billion
- US RPO market estimated between $1.5 and $2.0 billion
- Results of our survey of RPO providers in this report