How Zimmer Biomet Drives Value with ISM Corporate Programs
Zimmer Biomet is a US$7 billion-$8 billion company, with a multibillion global spend.
Focused on developing talent to keep pace with the evolving skills required in sourcing and supply chain, Zimmer Biomet uses the tools and resources of the ISM Corporate program. By assessing, certifying, educating and developing teams to be best in class, we are “getting our people to higher performance levels,” says Levy.
The value of consistent investments into world-class educational resources aligns with the Zimmer Biomet’s global nature. A deep understanding of “global best practices” is critical, Levy says: “I have a global organization, with team members in APAC, EMEA and the U.S. A key point for corporate membership is that ISM is global.”
Learn more about the culture of education and the ISM tools and resources that are helping to drive talent and organizational success at Zimmer Biomet.
We’re a (US)$7-$8 billion company, and I oversee multi-billion global spend. For us to get to the next level of skills in sourcing and supply chain, ISM’s Corporate Program is a key part of our ability to get there.
- Howard Levy Vice President, Global Sourcing, Zimmer Biomet
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