The release of the most recent Supply Chain Operations Reference Model, SCOR 10.0, will include detailed skill requirements for improving supply chain performance.
"As markets rebound around the world, and companies have to react intelligently to increased demand, talented people will be at the heart of those supply chains that effectively respond and capitalize on growth opportunities," says Joseph Francis, executive director for the Supply Chain Council, which established SCOR.
SCOR 10.0 will document the technical skills, aptitude and experience required to successfully execute each of the elements in the five core SCOR processes (Plan, Source, Make, Deliver and Return) and the enablers that cut across all of these processes. The update is scheduled for release in late spring of 2010. It will list detailed training requirements and individual performance measures for each of the core process elements.
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