Sylvain Landry

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Supply Chain Forum An International Journal Vol. 5 N°2 2004 www.supplychain-forum.com Management is on the verge of a major breakthrough in understanding how industrial company success depends on the interaction between the flow of information, materials, money, manpower, and capital equipment (Forrester, 1958). Forrester’s words seem to have taken four(More)
Following an evaluation of the sixth Quebec colloquium on mental health (1981), which had as its theme, "When women take responsability for themselves", the author reports the principal-results of this evaluation and draws a certain number of conclusions which may prove useful for eventual organizers of similar colloquia. Thus the analysis of the(More)
The author investigates the place of women as professors in a university setting, most importantly when their activity is colored by a feminist ideology. At the heart of the societal crisis of the eighties, university women, constituting only 15% of the professoral body of the universities in Quebec, risk seeing their number reduced. The fact that women are(More)
Wishing to increase awareness of the work of Martha Rogers (nurse, scientist and visionary), Nicole Allard, who teaches at the Université de Rimouski and is studying towards a doctorate at the University of Toronto, and Serge Landry, who teaches at the cégep de Granby, have produced an analysis of the theoretician's conceptual model. The Science of Unitary(More)
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