The 2nd People that Deliver Conference

Link to the webcast:  http://streaming.uncity.dk/uncity

28th - 30th October 2014 (Simultaneous French and Spanish translation is provided)

The 2nd People that Deliver Global Conference on “Human Resources in Supply Chain Management

Invitation to PtD Webinar

People that Deliver: Focusing on HR for SCM in public health, an update on the Initiative. 
 
When
Thursday 7th of November 1pm-2pm UTC/GMT +1hr (Copenhagen time), repeated at 5pm-6pm UTC/GMT +1hr (Copenhagen time)
 
Where:
For those who could not attend the webinar you can access the recording here*.
 
The People that Deliver (PtD) Initiative was formed in 2011 following an increasing global concern regarding a lack of focus on HR in public Health Supply Chains. This webinar will provide an update on the progress of the initiative following the launch of its operational plan in September. Activities such as the PtD SCM Competency Compendium and the SCM education repository LAPTOP will be outlined, updates from focus countries provided, and clear opportunities for participants to engage in the ongoing work of the initiative given.
 
For more information contact Andrew Brown PtD Executive Manager executivemanagerptd@... 
Andrew N BROWN, BPharm PhD
Executive Manager – People that Deliver 
Supply Division, Copenhagen, Denmark
executivemanagerptd@... | +4535273177 | Mob: +4529657496 Skype: Andrew.Brown.UC
Follow us at www.peoplethatdeliver.org or on Twitter @PplthatDeliver
 
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Comments

samuel72's picture

Good day, I wish to state that one of the greatest challenges in SCM is the HRs workforce. most of the HRs are not trained and lacks the knowledge of their job, the more reason why more challenges are encountered during the SCM operations. Hence the need to focus and trained or build the capacities of the HRs staff is very instrumental in the success of the SCM.This will reduce some of the poor performances encountered such as losses due to expiry, over stocks, understocks etc There is still need to re- evaluate HRs performance after a certain time period to ascertain improved standards of work related activities. Ayuk bp 281-Buea Cameroon
PeoplethatDeliver's picture

Thank you Buea for your comment. We would welcome you to join activities within our working groups to work towards resolving this situation. HR for SCM should be a concern for all people in SCM. Regards Andrew Brown