Skills requirements in the supply chain industry in South Africa

  • Heyns G
  • Luke R
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Abstract

The skills shortage in the supply chain industry in South Africa is much touted but underresearched. The research conducted attempts to identify the skills sets typically required by supply chain organisations as well as those skills areas that are the most challenging to fill, thus identifying the critical skills shortages in South Africa. The study includes benchmarking with international trends, conclusions and identification of key areas for future research.

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Heyns, G., & Luke, R. (2016). Skills requirements in the supply chain industry in South Africa. Journal of Transport and Supply Chain Management, 6(1). https://doi.org/10.4102/jtscm.v6i1.34

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