From day-to-day function to strategic competitive advantage 1. Introduction & the Early Days The term “supply chain management” was first introduced in 1982 by Keith Oliver, then a consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton. However, the concept of supply chain, as well as its major components, like procurement, logistics and warehousing, was known in management long before…. read more →
Another successful year has come to a close as we look forward to making even greater strides in 2013. We thank our dedicated employees, clients and followers for the past year of success and welcome in the New Year with goal oriented minds.
Trindent Consulting is on the move. Effective 4th September, 2012, we will commence business in our new office in the Toronto-Dominion Center. The office is centrally located in Toronto’s central business district, and offers direct access to both the PATH and Union Station. Our new address will be: 66 Wellington Street West, 38th Floor, Toronto… read more →
Promoting a Value-Added Culture In previous knowledge base articles we have examined strategies for recruiting and evaluating top talent, managing performance, and developing employees. We now shift our focus to exploring ways of rewarding and reinforcing high-performance, using focused motivation tools to drive innovation and productivity, and building a strategy to create an engaged and… read more →
Small but Scalable Why Organizations need to Re-Conceptualize their Approach to Cost Savings Overview In recent years, both public and private organizations have been under immense pressure to reduce capital spending. Scrutiny from shareholders, employees and customers has forced many organizations to look inward for ways of reducing costs. Emphasis has been placed on scaling… read more →
What is Supply Chain Management? Supply Chain Management (SCM) is the management of a network of interconnected businesses involved in the provision of product and service packages required by the end customers in a supply chain. Supply chain management spans all movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventory, and finished goods from point of… read more →