CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly
March 20, 2018
Forward Thinking

CSCMP offers new, pre-conference workshops

Learn about supply chain fundamentals and strategic issues at workshops the day before CSCMP’s 2010 Annual Global Conference in San Diego.

The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) is offering two new workshops prior to its Annual Global Conference, slated for Sept. 27-29 in San Diego. The workshops—"The "New" Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management: What Matters Now in Supply Chain" and "Strategic Supply Chain Issues: Where Tactical Functionality Meets the Big Picture" will run on Sunday, Sept. 26, at the San Diego Convention Center. Each will feature continental breakfast, all workshop materials, a networking lunch with participants from both workshops, a contact list of all attendees, and a certificate of completion.

"The 'New' Fundamentals" will be led by industry stalwarts Kenneth B. Ackerman and
Art van Bodegraven. The workshop will cover six key concerns affecting the supply chain today: security; sustainability; diversity; strategy; relationships; and health, safety, and ergonomics.

For those who have already mastered the fundamentals, CSCMP is offering "Strategic Supply Chain Issues." During this course, consultants Tom Freese and Steve Geary will delve into case studies and lead exercises that will help attendees broaden their perspective as supply chain leaders. More details and a registration form are available at CSCMP's website.

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