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CPSM Certification? Yes or no?

Posted 07-23-2013 at 04:06 PM by dominik.vonburg
Hey There,

One could really ask why and how I got to this, but obviously I thought it might be a good idea to certify as a professional supply manager, even though being based in Switzerland the british CPSM equivalent MCIPS might have seemed more logical...

Call it laziness, but as a consumer and an engineer, well, not an actual engineer, but i guess business process engineering counts, too... anyway, I like it simple and straight forward. A concept I was not able...
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DAY ONE: Workshop Leadership in Changing and Challenging Times

Posted 05-04-2009 at 12:23 AM by 94th Annual
Change is certain in business. In these volatile times, organizations must have the capabilities to adapt to the changing environment. Achieving a successful change management initiative requires effective leaders (formal and informal) who can communicate with staff and guide them through the transition, says Ernest G. Gabbard, J.D., CPSM, C.P.M., CPCM, director, corporate strategic sourcing for Allegheny Technologies, Inc. and workshop presenter.

Leadership is not exerting authority...
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Building the Value Chain of the Future: 10 Essential Principles

Posted 04-26-2010 at 12:08 AM by 95th Annual
Angel Mendez, senior vice president of value chain management for Cisco, began today's opening keynote session by contrasting the factory of 1915 (large, local and monolithic, with near-shore supply chains) with the factory of today: global, specialized, distributed and off-shore.

"What will people be talking about 95 years from now?" Mendez posed. "How will they be dealing with the risks and opportunities this profession represents?"

For his part,...
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