The Flexibility of Online Education with the Benefit of Live Instruction
Don't let travel restrictions or a crowded schedule derail your educational development as a supply management professional. As the leader in supply management education, ISM offers several flexible training options to achieve your supply management certification, or simply take a course in an area of interest to you for career growth. By investing in yourself, you will gain the higher level of expertise needed for professional growth and success.
Designed with today's busy professional in mind, ISM offers live online training different lengths and learning styles to ensure you have access to the right materials, in the right format for you.
Whether you are new to the field or a veteran professional, top experts in the field will help you build your knowledge and skills as a supply management professional with our live, online education.
Virtual Classroom courses provide the opportunity to connect with your peers and learn from instructors in a focused, online classroom setting. Delivered live through Zoom, your instructor will dive deep into the topic at hand and provide opportunities for networking and collaborating with other participants.
Five weeks in length, Guided Learning courses provide a structure for you to work through materials at your own pace. Weekly instructor-led webinars can be attended live or watched on-demand, however attending live affords you the opportunity to engage with your instructor and other participants.
Webinar topics focus on hot trends, challenges and issues in our industry. They feature leading subject matter experts, offering insights and ideas that you won’t find or hear anywhere else. Webinars are all about timely, relevant information that arm you with valuable knowledge for success.
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The S&OP process consists of coordinating sales forecasts, demand plans, and capacity planning to arrive at an agreeable plan. In this Virtual Classroom course, learn how your organization can prepare for changes in market demand, supplier capabilities and competition by integrating the sales and operations functions.OnlineWilliam D Agee JR, C.P.M.
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Despite numerous supply-chain upheavals inflicted by disasters and large-scale events— including hurricanes, factory fires, business mergers, and tsunamis— most companies still found themselves unprepared for the Covid-19 pandemic. In fact, following the outbreak in China, 70% of organizations were still in data collection and assessment mode, manually trying to identify which of their suppliers had a site in the specific locked-down regions of China. The disruption was significant and far reaching.
In contrast, those companies that invested in mapping their supply networks, emerged relatively unscathed. Accordingly, supply network mapping needs to be part of any company’s risk mitigation strategy.Online
The objective of this course is to increase the knowledge, skills and abilities in supplier Cost Analysis and Supplier Financial Analysis. Cost analysis is a powerful tool for supply managers and can change the conversation with suppliers to open new opportunities for savings and value creation. Financial Analysis can also provide useful information that will lead to insights about whether your supplier is making too little or too much profit, whether they are generating cash or burning cash and if new risks may have arisen in recent reporting periods.OnlineRalph L Carlton II, CPSM