This paper presents the results of a review of published literature related to workforce excellence in supply chain management in developing countries. It was conducted through desk review and online search. Focus was given to articles published during the past six years. Documents were solicited from key organizations via listservs and direct correspondence.
This article describes how NMSF, as a semi-autonomous pharmaceuticals supply agency, has been successful in partnering with UNICEF and the People that Deliver (PtD) Initiative in developing a comprehensive strategy for the development and retention of its workforce.
This survey is part of a series of eight country surveys conducted in the context of the People that Deliver Initiative (peoplethatdeliver.org). This global initiative, which brings together the world’s largest organizations, aims to improve health services performance through the professionalization of logistics managers.
To provide insights on how the HIV/AIDS program at the Indonesian Ministry of Health leveraged donor funding and private sector expertise to build supply chain management capacity within Ministry of Health.
The assessment purpose is to effectively target capacity building and professionalization efforts for human resources strengthening in SCM. By Ribka Mekonnen, Logistics Management Information System Advisor, PFSA.
The jointly coordinated STEP programme, also known as STEP 2.0, is a professional development tool that is specifically tailored to the needs of health supply chain leaders and managers. Crucially, it blends elements of self-paced learning, facilitator-led training, on-the-job application of leadership skills and coaching support. What makes it particularly unique is that it pairs public sector supply chain managers – the delegates – with private sector supply experts – the coaches.