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Peter Tielemans appointed member of Program commission TKI Dinalog


The logistics sector is one of the economic areas in which The Netherlands has a world-wide leading position for decades. In 2010 the Dutch Government appointed the Logistics sector as one of the nine Dutch Topsectors with a focus for further development to strengthen it’s position. In TKI Dinalog (The Dutch Institute for Advanced Logistics)…

Keep your high potentials on board


Talented hight potentials are four times more productive than other employees. A fierce battle is raging among companies to recruit these professionals, including for supply chain roles. While it is difficult enough to find and attract the right people, it is even a bigger challenge to keep them motivated and loyal once they are on…

The C-crisis, a déjà vu for C-level


Different crisis, same messages Of course it is terrible to see how the COVID-19 crisis is spreading. First and foremost sympathy goes out to the patients or victims affected by the disease. In the media there are unlimited discussions about the disease, the origin or the fatality rates and comparisons with other diseases (like the…

Adding a whole new dimension to supply chain learning


Involvation has invented a truly unique learning concept called The Value Chain Academy, in which a tailor-made learning path is developed for each customer based on the existing learning needs and the target group. The options range from a short, one-off training programme to a worldwide, entirely in-house Supply Chain Academy (which we have been…

‘Becoming a “learning organization” helps in winning the war for talent’


The war for talent is far from over. How should your business tackle it? How can you ensure that your company continues to attract and retain the right people? Here, Alfons Willemsen and Hans van der Drift, partners at Involvation, share their vision on the war for talent. According to Willemsen, there is an ongoing…

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Growth creates complexity, which requires simplicity
Andy Stanley