Today’s general session showcased people from around the world (Mexico, China, Italy, South Africa, Poland, India, Egypt, US, etc.) and their stories about what work in manufacturing and supply chain means to them. The idea behind this was to show us how supply chain concepts are being embraced worldwide—and the presenters did it by showing media clips and images from different continents.
job evaluation and performance measures
software can’t get the job done.” In other words, when your car doesn’t work, use a bike, or just walk! In my opinion, when your enterprise software doesn’t do the job, the last thing you should do is use spreadsheets. Gabriel was part of demonstration simulating an H1N1 epidemic in Toronto. The audience was divided into four teams, delegated to take care of communications, medical first response, and other measures taken in this type of situation. It was a very good exercise which showed us that