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    November 2020 Print

    President's Report

    Dear APICS friends,

    Thanks to the hard work of your Board, Winnipeg Chapter has retained the highest 'Platinum' status awarded by APICS in 2020! We are proud of this achievement and I wish o thank my fellow Board members, Denyse, Lorelyn, Chitra and Dwayne for their hard work which led to this recognition

    We are happy to see more supply chain professionals achieving certification this year compared to the past few years. This may be a result of the growing realisation that cutting edge globally recognised certifications like CPIM, CSCP, and CLTD are a differentiator when it comes to career advancement and the competitive job market

    Our first virtual CPIM class concluded a couple of weeks ago. Thanks to Joe Low for instructing and to the students who registered. The feedback has been good. There were definitely some learning moments and we shall continue to release more offerings in 2021.

    Cheers!

    Manohar Menon, CPIM, CSCP, CLTD

    President, Instructor, APICS Winnipeg Chapter Inc.
    PDC/CDS member

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    Membership Matters

    Hello All,

    It is great to see the members continuing to develop through our certifications. This month I would like to send a congradulations out to Casey Lamoine! She recently completed her CPIM certification.

    Casey started working at Bausch Health (formerly Biovail) in 2002. She is married and has two boys ages 7 and 10. Her current position at Bausch Health is Operational Production Planner. Her job is very fast paced as there are different challenges everyday. Caseys' thoughts after completing her CPIM certification "This past summer I completed my CPIM Certification and feel this will enable me to further my knowledge in my position.” 

    Watch ascm.org for free access to our Principles on Demand course Basics of Distribution and Logistics. This access will give you 90 days to complete the course content. Great opportunity to refresh and gain maintenance points if you have already complted it.   

    Please contact me if you have any questions, or comments. You can email me at [email protected] 

    Stay safe and healthy everyone!

    Dwayne Cummine 

    VP of Membership
    APICS Winnipeg Chapter

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    Communications

    APICS Winnipeg Chapter received the APICS CBAR Platinum Award for Year 2020

    Chapter management excellence is an integral component to enhancing the member experience. Successful APICS chapters provide their members with opportunities for stellar education, career development, and networking.

    The APICS Chapter Benchmarking and Reporting (CBAR) program recognizes chapters that have exceeded minimum standards and exemplify excellence in overall chapter management. We are proud to announce the APICS Winnipeg Chapter received the 2020 CBAR Platinum Award designation, an admirable accomplishment for an APICS chapter.

    As a member of an APICS Platinum Award Winning Chapter, the CBAR designation signifies commitment to providing an exceptional membership experience.

     

    ASCM Virtual Courses Roundup

    • Basics of Distribution and Logistics. A 90 day subscription to access this course is still offerred for FREE at this time. This course qualifies for 3 maintenance points towards APICS CPIM, CSCP or CLTD certification.  Click here to register. Other Principles on Demand courses can be found here.

    • 2020 ASCM Connect+ Virtual Learning Series. A five-part virtual learning series offerring 20 hours of insights and supply chain solutions for both individuals and organizations. Learn about relevant topics such as artifical intelligence, sutainability, supply chain digitization and more. This virtual series kicks off on Novemer 18, 2020 and succeeding sessions are scheduled bi-monthly. Pricing is USD 99 for ASCM Members and USD 199 for non-members. To learn more and to register, click here.

    • Big Data For Supply Chain Managers. Learn how to develop a risk-resilient supply chain and a future-proof manufacturing footprint. This webinar is scheduled on November 17, 2020 from 1:00 to 2:00 PM CST. Click here to register.

    • Managing the Impact of Covid-19. Check out various webinars, podcasts and other contents discussing how supply chain management navigate through the challenges brought by the pandemic as well as future insights post Covid-19 era.

    Be part of the new ASCM Connect Community

    The ASCM Connect Community board is now available and free for ASCM members. Join now and continue your journey with many supply chain professionals within the ASCM network. Click here to join.

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    Disclaimer

    Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the 
    author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of APICS. Neither APICS nor the author(s) assume, and
    hereby disclaim, any liability for any loss or damage caused by errors or omissions, whether such errors or
    omissions resulted from negligence, accident or other causes.

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