52% of the organizations CAPS surveyed measure the effectiveness of their supply management training. Does yours?
Measuring and Managing Risks in the Supply Chain
What risks should supply management executives be concerned with and, more importantly, how can these be measured and evaluated? These are the questions our new research report Measuring and Managing Risks in the Supply Chain sought to answer.
IS SM training in your budget?
Most organizations realize the importance of supply management training in their groups and budget accordingly. How much does your organization budget per employee?
CAPS News - April 2019
We're keeping the newsletter short and sweet, keeping most videos under three minutes, and sending out CAPS Stats and member-only emails separately. The latest, greatest CAPS news here!
Do you provide supply management training?
Many companies consider it essential to provide supply management training to new supply management employees. Do you provide supply management training?
Counterfeiting in the SC
Counterfeiting affects every industry. How susceptible are you to counterfeiting in your supply chain?
Counterfeiting in the Supply Chain
The problem of counterfeiting in the supply chain continues to plague companies in every industry. In order to combat counterfeiting, a multilayered strategy that adopts multiple approaches and engages the entire organization is needed. This research investigates counterfeiting’s global growth and provides detailed recommendations to address the issue. It delves into strategies ranging from tracking technologies to working with government agencies in an effort to stem the growing challenge of counterfeiting throughout the supply chain.
CAPS News - March 2019
Coming out of our annual spring event, CAPS brings you lessons-learned from senior leaders and vision for the future of supply management.
What do you shop for in your digital catalogs?
Of the companies we surveyed, 37% use ERP-hosted catalogs. Additional maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) items from the survey included laboratory supplies and equipment, facilities services, and temp/contingent labor.