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Planning Input for Supply Chain




Supply Chain Manager - Knauf

Knauf is a multinational producer of building materials and construction systems, headquartered in Iphofen, Germany. Knauf has over 23,000 employees in over 40 countries, and has a turnover in excess of €5.6billion. 

Production Planner - My Xuan Ceramic

My Xuan Ceramic is one of the leading housewares ceramic manufacturing company in Vietnam, exporting most of its production to Europe with total headcounts over 300 and sales over $5m and main customer being Ikea.

Logistics Manager - New Viet Diary

Own 5 warehouses with modern frozen and chill system and big delivery team at 5 sites, we are finding a good candidate for Logistics Manager. Dynamic, experienced and good educated people are welcomed for this vacancy.

Global Cities, Present and Future

2014-04-15 15:37:14

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Today more than ever, global cities need to run just to stand still. Urban leaders who wish to provide their citizens with the benefits of becoming a global power­house must fire on all cylinders, all the time.
Globally integrated cities are intimately linked to economic and human development. By creating an environment that spawns, attracts, and retains top talent, businesses, ideas, and capital, a global city can generate benefits that extend far beyond municipal boundaries.
At A.T. Kearney, our Global Cities Index (GCI) examines a comprehensive list of 84 cities on every continent, measuring how globally engaged they are across 26 metrics in five dimen­sions: business activity, human capital, information exchange, cultural experience, and political engagement (see Appendix: Global Cities Index Methodology). Since we began the GCI in 2008, we've continually refreshed our metrics to reflect emerging trends, analyzed how cities evolve along each of them, and developed insights about how a city can become more global.
Moreover, our companion Emerging Cities Outlook (ECO) builds on those insights and comple­ments the GCI. Just as the GCI tracks major cities' actual performance, the ECO measures their potential to become even more global in the future. Specifically, the ECO examines the likelihood that 35 cities in low- and middle-income countries will improve their future global positioning, based on how quickly they've been catching up with the top performers on a number of leading human capital, business activity, and innovation indicators.
Source: atkearney.com

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