There's new urgency and evidence for the need and payback for the professional development of people involved in supply chain and logistics. For example, a recent study from MIT of 209 manufacturers in a variety of sectors found that corporate performance is more sensitive to mature skill-set and expertise of a company's logistics-related supply chain professionals than any other operational factor – including commodity and fuel costs.1
To help logistics pros and their companies understand the critical impact SCL talent has on their bottom line, CITT has released a new guide to for employers & HR. This document is packed with 3rd-party research proving the value of expert supply chain logistics professionals to supply chain stability and corporate financial performance. And it shows corporoate decision makers why supporting staff to take the CCLP course of study and earn the CCLP designation is the best investment they can make to drive individual and corporate performance, reduce supply chain risks and increase employee commitment & retention. Click here to download your free copy of the CCLP Guide for Employers and HR. If you'd like us to mail you a printed copy, you can let us know by filling in the form below.
1. Simchi-Levi, D, Kyratzoglou IM, Vassiliadis CG, Supply Chain and Risk Management: Making the Right Decisions to Strengthen Operations Performance, Study by MIT Forum for Supply Chain Innovation and PwC, 2013