CIM - Then & Now

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Written by: Peter Horlock C.I.M., P.Mgr., P.E. (ret.) Advisor to the Toronto Branch of CIM.

Peter Horlock was educated in the U.K.., the U.S.A., and Canada and followed a career in industrial engineering, culminating as a business consultant until retirement.  He graduated from the University of Toronto in 1970 with his C.I.M., and obtained his P.Mgr. designation in 1976.  His P.E. registration was obtained in 1978 from California, U.S.A.

Peter has been an active member of the Canadian Institute of Management for over 45 years.  He has served on various committees at the Branch and National levels during that time and was on the Toronto Branch executive.  Some of his contributions include program chair for the 1980 conference, participation in the “Cossman” film, Toronto Branch convocation speaker, author of "CIM  Then & Now" vols. 1 and 2, and he currently serves as a Toronto Branch advisor.  Some of his many awards include a long service pin, diamond merit pin, sapphire merit pin, Branch Life Membership and National Quality Service Award.

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