Supplier Relationship Management is most effectively driven through a closed loop system. Organizations generally allocate sufficient time and resources during the supplier sourcing and contracting phase. But they often under scope the management phase which leads to sub-optimal value. Learn techniques to enable strong SRM practices through the life-cycle of a supplier relationship and drive new value into the supply chain.
Jim Fleming, Program Manager at Institute for Supply Management
Jim Fleming is a Program Manager of Learning Solutions at the Institute for Supply Management (ISM). He is a Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM), a Certified Professional in Supplier Diversity (CPSD) and spent over 30 years working for the Intel Corporation. His career at Intel consisted of various management roles in process engineering, organization development and supply chain management. Jim led global supply management initiatives including business intelligence transformation, cycle time improvement, cost reduction and leadership development. He retired from Intel in 2014 and pursued his passion for education by joining ISM.
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