MILWAUKEE Jan. 25, 2011 Dana Shaw
Kip Wright Dana Shaw
The MSP global COE will drive continued growth of TAPFIN’s operations with a focus on regional alignment and innovation through global standards and best practices. A global framework for delivering contingent workforce solutions with consistent processes, methodologies and techniques, the MSP global COE focuses on workforce quality, compliance, efficiency and cost. The goal of the Center is to elevate MSP offerings worldwide by formally bringing together the best global and regional resources, thereby raising the standard of delivery – for both Manpower and for the overall industry – to ensure the most value for clients.
$3.7 billion North America
"I look forward to combining my own global MSP experience with Manpower’s worldwide best practices, innovation and thought leadership," said Shaw, vice president of the MSP global COE. "Together, we will deliver powerful workforce solutions that enable clients to achieve their business goals."
Shaw most recently served as senior vice president of strategy and solutions at Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA). Best known as a recognized expert in the contingent labor marketplace, she consulted with a broad range of staffing, solutions and Fortune 500 companies on how to advance their business models and optimize their contingent labor programs. Shaw also led SIA’s strategic initiatives related to sales, member services, and all buyer-related research, content, conferences and webinars. She was also featured in more than 100 public forums as a leader in helping companies anticipate what’s next. Drawing on 11 years in senior roles at contingent labor firms, Shaw frequently tackled challenging industry topics around proprietary technology and vendor management systems (VMS), compliance, training, implementation, global sales, ROI modeling and communication.
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