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This holiday season, CSCMP's focus is on giving back to the supply chain community. We're excited to extend the positive impact of CSCMP members by supporting The American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN) and donating 10% of all membership dues* received in November and December.
ALAN provides logistics support to aid disaster survivors and their communities, saving lives and reducing suffering for survivors in the United States by engaging industries to supplement non-profit organizations’ logistics capabilities. They serve by coordinating logistics, providing education, and building cross-sector relationships before, during and after disasters. ALAN’s dedication to improving the post-disaster environment is made possible with the financial support they receive from communities like ours.
Your gift to ALAN delivers more than just supplies. It gives disaster survivors a safe place to lay their head, a hot meal and medical care. As a proud partner in logistics, ALAN delivers dignity and hope for those in need.
The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) is excited to bring you Season 2 of CSCMPodcast: Supply Chain Conversation. Tune in monthly for the latest trending insights from the industry's top professionals.
In the first episode of season 2, CSCMP President and CEO, Rick Blasgen, sits down for a discussion with Shari Diaz, Innovation, Strategy and Operations Director at IBM Sterling, to take a closer look at Optimization and Operations, how multi-enterprise business networks will make your work life easier.
CSCMP Awards and Recognition
The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) and The University of Business and Technology (UBT) Executive Education joined in a strategic partnership to train executives, practitioners and students in Supply Chain and Logistics in Saudi Arabia.
Through this exclusive partnership, UBT Executive Education will deliver the CSCMP SCPro™ Certification programs in Demand Planning, Supply Management and Procurement, Inventory Management, Warehousing Operations, Transportation Operations, Manufacturing and Service Operations, Customer Service Operations, and in Supply Chain Management Principles.
CSCMP will begin accepting nominations Jan. 1, 2020 for the Distinguished Service Award (DSA) through April 30, 2020.
The Distinguished Service Award is presented annually during the CSCMP EDGE conference. The award honors an outstanding individual who exemplifies significant, consistent, and career-long contributions to the development of the logistics and supply chain management disciplines.
Any individual who has made significant contributions to the fields of logistics and supply chain management are eligible to receive the Distinguished Service Award. This includes practitioners with responsibilities in functional areas of logistics and supply chain management, consultants, and educators. For example, an individual could be nominated for contributions or innovations involving technology or in educating others about logistics and supply chain management, or for increasing awareness of the critical role that logistics and supply chain management plays in the global economy to the business community at large.
Nominees will be evaluated based on these following five elements:
1. Sustained and distinguished record of contribution to the disciplines of logistics and supply chain management
2. Contributions above the normal expectations of the job
3. Recognition as a leader in logistics or supply chain management
4. Recognition as an innovator in logistics or supply chain management
5. Education of the logistics and supply chain management profession (both orally and written)
Ready for the new decade? So is EDGE! The EDGE 2020 Call for Sessions will open December 15 through February 15. This will be your chance to contribute thought leadership to the EDGE Conference – be prepared and think about the topics most important to you, and discuss your ideas with potential speakers or co-speakers in your network.
The Call for Sessions allows members to submit session ideas and help make EDGE the educational powerhouse it is. This is your chance to help supply chain professionals explore the topics and skills that matter, and to bring in speakers that will have valuable real-world experience in today’s supply chain. If you’ve ever attended a conference, seminar or lecture and thought “I could do that” or “Why didn’t they discuss X?”, then maybe it’s time you took an active role in supply chain education.
The future is you. This is your field. Share your expertise and help it grow!
If you don’t have a specific session idea to submit at this time, but would like to be considered as a speaker or panelist, please email Shannon O’Shea at email@example.com with your information and the topics you would be comfortable discussing.
Keep an eye out for EDGE 2020 Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals!
Welcome to CSCMP's New Corporate Members: Joshua Tree Group, GLT Logistics, Coastline College, and Cerritos College
Engage with CSCMP Members With a Corporate Enterprise Membership Package
Today’s disruptive supply chain industry has companies scrambling to stay competitive, and CSCMP is here to help. You and your team need access to best practices, up-to-date trends, challenges and solutions from the people that know it best. Improve productivity, build skills and network and increase knowledge.
Get your entire team connected and get brand visibility within the community for only $7,500. Contact a member specialist today at 630.574.0985 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Training and Development
Don't miss out on one of your CSCMP member benefits. Access to the EDGE 2019 recorded livestreams!
In this EDGE 2019 recorded livestream, The Top 5 FAQs About 5G, the panel addresses five frequently asked questions surrounding the move to 5G: What is 5G? What are the main obstacles to widely available 5G? How will 5G affect existing services? Is 5G secure? What's the deal with Huawei, and why does it matter?
CSCMP Southern California Roundtable, in partnership with California State, Long Beach is bringing you our next exciting event, Discovering Hidden Profit Through Meaningful Work. Robert Martichenko, founder and CEO of LeanCor Supply Group will be speaking at the Pointe at California State, Long Beach. Join Mr. Martichenko as he discusses the next frontier for organizational development in our new world of continuous industry disruption and increased complexity.
Date: Dec. 4, 2019
Time: 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Pricing: Member $45.00
Location: CSULB The Pointe
1250 N Bellflower Blvd
Long Beach, CA
Please join the Atlanta RoundTable for a Holiday Happy Hour & special guest Richard Sharpe; CEO of Competitive Insights. The current trade war is having a rippling effect in every industry. How are companies dealing with the impact on their ability to build market share while trying to protect operating margins, especially as some analysts are saying that recessionary winds are beginning to blow?
Date: Dec. 11, 2019
Time: 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Pricing: Member Price $15.00
NonMember Price $60.00
Location: New Realm Brewery
550 Somerset Terrace NE #101