Expert Insight, Live or On-Demand
When you are short on time, but you still want to grow your knowledge and skills, Live and On-Demand Webinars from ISM offer 60-minutes of focused education. During the live webinar, you will hear from subject-matter experts and can participate in the Q & A. Even better, ISM’s webinars are available On-Demand for six months.
Our Webinars are created in collaboration with subject matter experts resulting in a broad catalog of webinars to choose from.
The flexibility of Live or On-Demand Webinars allows you to hear from industry leaders on topics relevant to you and your career. For those holding certification, each webinar is worth 1 Continuing Education Hour (CEH).
Relevant and Timely
Webinar topics cover all aspects of the supply management profession and we aim to share best-practices and key strategies to help you navigate and move forward swiftly in the current supply chain environment.
Upcoming Webinars Education
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34-percent of 250 supply management leaders spanning 25 industries highlighted information misalignment, both in communication expectations and system disconnects, as one of the top issues holding team’s back from achieving their goals.
Leaders have an amazing opportunity to continuously adjust supply chain metrics as the world and data changes more frequently to enable better business outcomes. Refinements to our supply chain strategy metrics, in some cases even small ones, can empower our teams to accelerate results.
A major part of Industry 4.0 is harnessing offline data to gain valuable insights that can be used to improve operations. Today, teams can receive real-time information up and down the value chain, and act on it more quickly with powerful automated software dashboards.
In this webinar, we will demystify the buzz words and share practical proven actions you and your team can take to craft plays that empower your team win the future.Online
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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
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More and more professionals are talking about blockchain in supply chain. It is a popular conversation and people are examining the capabilities of blockchain, what the benefits are of using this technology and how they can consider applying it within their organization.Online