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CANADIAN SUPPLY CHAIN SECTOR COUNCIL 2012 HR STUDY UPDATE

CANADIAN SUPPLY CHAIN SECTOR COUNCIL 2012 HR STUDY UPDATE

The 2012 HR Study Update included participation from more than 3,200 sector stakeholders who completed a survey. There was representation from all regions of the country and from a wide range of industries. Both large and small employers participated, as did their employees. Over 80 training systems providers across the country also provided their input. [...]
CANADIAN SUPPLY CHAIN SECTOR COUNCIL 2009 REPORT

CANADIAN SUPPLY CHAIN SECTOR COUNCIL 2009 REPORT

This document is the results-based management and accountability framework of the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council. A results-based management and accountability framework (RMAF) is a document required by the Treasury Board of Canada for all federal government grant and contribution programs. Consequently, the Department of Human Resources and Social Development (HRSD) requires RMAFs from sector [...]
MEASURING PURCHASING’S EFFECTIVENESS

MEASURING PURCHASING’S EFFECTIVENESS

Roberta J. Duffy - Director, Executive Programs And Publications It's often been said that "You can't manage it if you don't measure it." Applied to the complex world of purchasing and supply management, this means that all the diligent work that is put into strategic sourcing, negotiations, cost reductions, and customer and supplier management must [...]
STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCES STUDY OF THE SUPPLY CHAIN SECTOR: FINAL REPORT | FALL 2005

STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCES STUDY OF THE SUPPLY CHAIN SECTOR: FINAL REPORT | FALL 2005

The findings of the Canadian Logistics Skills Committee’s national supply chain strategic human resources study present a picture of a sector in need of a vision and strategic leadership. Survey data suggests that many human resources challenges could be overcome by connecting a fragmented sector, increasing awareness of supply chain occupations, and working with educators [...]
IMPLEMENTING THEORY OF CONSTRAINTS AT TELEDYNE DALSA

IMPLEMENTING THEORY OF CONSTRAINTS AT TELEDYNE DALSA

Presented by: Victor Bernardo CSCMP The main theme behind TOC is that any manageable system is limited in achieving more of its goal by a very small number of constraints, and that there is always at least one constraint. The TOC process seeks to identify the constraint and restructure the rest of the organization around [...]