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The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) and The MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics (MIT CTL) have partnered on the annual State of Supply Chain Sustainability report which explores how supply chain sustainability is prioritized and practiced around the world.
The objective is to survey professionals globally across industries, regions, and positions to get a fuller picture of the state of modern supply chain sustainability. The anonymous survey should take 10 minutes or less to complete and is available in English, Spanish and Chinese.
Supply chain excellence is more important than ever. It’s why we are all here – to learn how the latest technology and innovations can be applied to improve supply chain transparency, resiliency, agility, visibility, security, and efficiency. Join us in this fireside chat with IBM Supply Chain leaders as they share their experiences, lessons learned, advice and predictions they have gained as they implement a smarter supply chain internally and deliver AI-based supply chain solutions to customers.
CSCMP Awards and Recognition
Nominate an industry leader for CSCMP‘s 2022 Supply Chain Hall of Fame. Nominations will be accepted through January 14, 2022.
CSCMP's Supply Chain Hall of Fame is designed to recognize and archive the significant achievements of those who have created, innovated, and mastered the discipline of supply chain management. The Hall of Fame signifies the life-long accomplishments of those members of our industry who have truly improved the world we live in.
To be eligible, each Hall of Fame inductee must have at least 20 years in the supply chain and logistics field and fall under one of the following categories: Industry Transformers, Knowledge Creators & Communicators or Industry Leaders/Practitioners.
Find out more details on the nomination criteria and submit a nomination.
CSCMP Featured Members
It’s no secret that for the first time ever the supply chain industry is now in the spotlight. This has brought a heightened need for qualified supply chain professionals. The path to become a supply chain professional is often unique. Whether you are just at the beginning of your career or have been through all the twists and turns and are nearing the end of your path, CSCMP would love to hear about your journey.
Share your story about how you found supply chain and the lessons learned along the way with us at email@example.com. Your story could be in the next CSCMP Supply Chain Monthly Newsletter.
Welcome to NEW CSCMP Enterprise Members: Schneider and Orange County Community Colleges and NEW CSCMP Corporate Members: TRAX Technologies, Designed Conveyor Systems, Locus Robotics, Gravity, Diakonia Group, and NTT Data Services!
Utilize your end-of-year budget to invest in your team with a custom CSCMP Corporate Membership Package. CSCMP has membership, education, and event opportunities to help develop your team and remain competitive in today’s disruptive supply chain industry. Get access to best practices, up-to-date trends, and solutions to challenges from the people who know it best. Improve productivity, build skills, network, and increase your team’s supply chain knowledge.
What do CSCMP Ambassadors do? Ambassador Volunteers are made up of CSCMP members, who are dedicated to creating value for CSCMP’s supply chain community. These volunteers represent different industries in the supply chain and represent different locations from around the globe, ensuring that every member’s voice is heard in the matters of CSCMP and the supply chain profession.
As a CSCMP Ambassador, you welcome and assist individual members while expanding your network and developing skills. Ambassadors stand out as credible business professionals, experts in the industry, and knowledgeable leaders. CSCMP Ambassadors are often highlighted in member communications, on cscmp.org, and recognized through merit-based rewards and membership engagement scoring.
CSCMP Ambassadors help to elevate the mission and vision of CSCMP by:
To be considered for 2022, you must be an active CSCMP member in good standing at the time of applying and have shown a demonstrated commitment to CSCMP (Roundtable participant, EDGE Conference attendee, Mentorship program participant, SCPro™ Certified, etc.).
Join CSCMP to participate and complete the application form by Friday, December 10, 12 p.m. CST. If you have any questions, please contact Ambassador Program coordinator, Timothy Pajak, Membership Engagement Manager at CSCMP via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Training and Development
Learn about member-to-member relationship building, professional development, local Roundtables, the annual EDGE Conference, the Career Center, how to access the Member-Only directory, volunteer opportunities, and more.
We're excited to have received such a positive response to CSCMP’s Winter 2021 Mentorship Program, but we need more mentor submissions.
We know some of you may feel that you don’t yet have enough experience to be a mentor, but even if you’ve only been in the workforce for a few years, you can teach a lot to a student member or someone with less professional experience.
Share your expertise, become a role model and strengthen your leadership skills by participating.
Tick-Tock… time is running out!
The enrollment period closes on November 25, 2021, at 11:59 pm CST.
The world of logistics is changing faster than ever, and global supply chains are in critical condition. Manifest, January 25 - 27, 2022, Las Vegas, is the premier global gathering for industry leaders, innovators and investors that strive to find solutions to the problem and identify cutting edge logistics & supply chain technologies.
Watch CSCMP’s Town Hall Series featuring Turvo, project44, Truckstop.com, and DAT.
CSCMP’s Town Hall Series allows senior-level executives (from sponsoring companies) to present TED-style talks addressing the most innovative strategies and cutting-edge solutions explored by today’s top companies. Right now, access talks from Turvo, project44, Truckstop.com, and DAT.
We're so excited to be planning the CSCMP EDGE 2022 Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition September 18-21 in Nashville, Tennessee. Here are some exciting dates to keep in mind:
Annual Call for Track Chairs is December 6, 2021 – January 14, 2022
Can you develop relevant sessions and procure dynamic speakers for EDGE 2022? We are looking for CSCMP members who can dedicate their time and expertise in building unbiased sessions for EDGE 2022. The benefits to being a Track Chair are boundless: connect with peers in every session, build your brand and gain unique access behind the scenes of EDGE. As a thank you, we offer a complimentary registration. Visit www.cscmpedge.org starting December 6.
Annual Call for Sessions is February 24, 2022 – March 24, 2022
The EDGE Conference is an end-to-end supply chain experience where attendees seek answers and ideas to solve their common challenges or build their knowledge in all areas of supply chain. 2022 will undoubtedly be another unique year of evolving disruption, and our goal is to provide sessions that leverage supply chain as a competitive advantage. Visit www.cscmpedge.org in early December to find out the 2022 Track lineup.
Register for EDGE 2022 today and take $600 off now through November 30, 2021. Use promo code: NOVEMBER.
CSCMP CEE (Central Europe) Conference
November 18, 2021 | 9 am CET | Warsaw, Poland
Chicago & Columbus Roundtables Host Monthly Virtual Networking
November 18, 2021 | 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm CST | Chicago, IL
Switzerland Roundtable: Risk Mitigation From An E2E Supply Chain Perspective
November 18, 2021 | 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm CEST | Zug, Switzerland