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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In this engaging and thought-provoking webinar, award-winning leadership strategists Mandy Flint & Elisabet Vinberg Hearn show you how to sharpen your strategic and systems thinking (regardless of your role) to make 2023 your most successful year to date. Use your strategic mindset to reflect on learning moments from 2022 to project you with impact into next year and beyond.Online
Many supply chain professionals learn the basics of contracting on the job. However, to advance in your profession, you’ll need to develop more sophisticated contracting skills. This supply chain management course will provide you with advanced contracting know-how to progress in your career and take on new challenges. In this “beyond the basics” contracting course, you’ll build upon your existing contract knowledge and take it a step further by focusing on how to construct effective customized agreements. For hands-on practice, you’ll review numerous contract clauses and their uses in various situations, including services, software, construction and e-commerce. This course will also address contracts from a global perspective to prepare you with global contracting skills, an in-demand skill set. To ensure this course is applicable to your specific role, you're invited to have copies of your contracts for reference during the program.OnlineHelen M Pohlig, J.D.Meeting Full
2022Join Zycus Inc (zycus.com) and ISM in this virtual event to gain practical insights & pragmatic approaches from senior procurement leaders, practitioners, and thought leaders on how you can set the procurement priorities for the next year to achieve breakthrough performance.
As procurement leadership undertakes the planning process for 2023, CPOs and the procurement teams are dabbling with multiple competing priorities. From Cognitive Procurement solutions enabling better decision-making, and artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) automating mundane, repetitive tasks, to the emerging next-gen technologies that drive major changes in how organizations operate and procure.
This demands a radical shift in outlook to design a perfect Procurement agenda to reinforce itself as a center of gravity for value creation and strategic leadership from being a mere enabling function.
While Procurement functions need to build a strong relationship with Tier 1 suppliers and develop capabilities aligned to Environmental, Social, and Corporate governance (ESG) goals, Enterprises need to develop core capabilities (data quality, data governance, in-house skills & competency, and change management) to derive maximum value from the implementation of next-generation procurement technologies.Online
Analyzing financial data, using benchmarking metrics and supply data to understand a supplier’s financial situation and market position, help ensure your organization can develop and execute an appropriate supplier engagement strategy. Learn how to analyze supplier financial health to protect your organization.OnlineMilagros M Henn