Medical Society of PEI adopts successful SEEC program for physician leaders
In April of this year, SEEC kicked off a custom, seven-month run...
A business needs satisfied customers. Customers who get what they want, when they want it — with polite and friendly service — are returning customers. Profitable businesses are aware that even the best customer-facing staff is wasted if there is no functioning supply chain strategy in place. Every step in this process needs focused and […]Posted on
How to manage your company’s supply chain and logistics needs has become a C-suite activity with ever-increasing global trade and technology driving change and complexity. Many people who work at solving the challenges created by these trends turn to executive education programs to keep their knowledge up to date and cope with the current disruptive […]Posted on
Gain cross-industry perspectives and hear leading practices from companies with outstanding supply chain operations in this special forum organized by the Schulich Executive Education Centre on Jan. 25 at the Miles S. Nadal Management Centre at King and Bay streets. The program includes three sessions highlighting leading-edge trends in the supply chain and logistics management […]Posted on
Partnering with institutions of higher learning to deliver educational programs is nothing new for the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association. For years, CIFFA has worked with community colleges, such as Seneca College in Ontario, Brighton College in BC, and Eastern College in the Maritimes, to deliver programs in international trade, business, and logistics. This spring […]Posted on