MOTIVATION FOR WEEK 2 2020

Be patient on expected results but do not forget your goal can only be achieved on a plan. So what is your plan for the year? Advertisements

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MOTIVATION FOR WEEK 48-50 2019

As we approach the end of the year. We can only say this year has taught us what it truly means to use the word ‘RESILIENCE’ towards ‘GLASS CEILING’ situations. And we look forward towards pressing on with believe of overcoming the ‘ADVERSITY’ from ‘GROUP THINK’ with a hope to be ‘TRIUMPHANTLY’ seeing the end …

Brexit viewed purely in economic term

The EU has certainly brought benefits to the UK. However, these benefits have come at a cost and this cost has been distributed unevenly across the UK. By cost, I don’t mean the annual contribution that we make but more the hidden costs associated with membership. In joining we have had to accept the demise …

5 ways towards achieving continuous improvement in supply chain management.

A continuous improvement plan doesn’t need to be complex it simply needs a process that allows you to do 4 key things. Plan – What are you setting out to achieve and how will you do it? Do – Execute your plan Check – measure your performance on your plan Act – implement some actions …

12 things you can do with spend analysis data

Once you have taken the time to complete a full spend analysis exercise that brings together your Accounts Payable, PCard and Purchase Order data, the next step is to start looking at what you can do with all that information. 12 things you can do with spend analysis dataSome of these points can be achieved …

6 Areas of focus when auditing a supply chain management process.

Supply chain management has become increasingly global and more complex, making risk management more challenging. To examine the challenges facing internal audit in a volatile and uncertain set of circumstances. This list below is 6 area of focus when auditing a supply chain management process. Planning • Defined governance for the full scope of the …