Members can connect with other members on the Supply Chain Channel to ask questions and share how you're managing your supply chain through this crisis.
As the economy and supply chains start to recover from the initial shocks brought on by the pandemic supply and demand surges, there have been and will be lessons learned. While there are still many unknowns, what we know for sure is that how we manage supply chains, move business forward and serve our customers will change. What does the future look like, and what skills do supply chain professionals need to lead their companies toward a better future?
SCM Now editorial staff works with subject matter experts in our network to develop new blog posts and articles to help you manage the latest COVID-19 impacts on your supply chain.
ASCM CEO Abe Eshkenazi, CSCP, CPA, CAE and Executive Vice President Peter Bolstorff, CSCP, SCOR-P are frequently interviewed by the news media on how COVID-19 is disrupting supply chains.
ASCM and the ASCM Foundation are working with the Ministries of Health to tackle the COVID-19 crisis by providing access to resources that help with preparation, response and recovery. Everyone can help flatten the curve worldwide.
A new podcast developed by ASCM and SCMR called, The Rebound explores the issues facing supply chain professionals as our industry gets back up and running in a post-COVID world. Hosted by ASCM CEO Abe Eshkenazi and SCMR Editorial Director Bob Trebilcock will discuss the latest news and trends with supply chain experts on what to do now and for the future.
Download The Rebound from your favorite podcast listening app today.
We have a plethora of ASCM content on risk management, digital transformation and leadership/management that we thought would be helpful for your organization during this time.
To help you determine which credential is right for you, we’re providing 30-day free online access to our certification course curriculum. This is an opportunity for individuals embarking on a new career explore a wide range of topics or for current supply chain professionals looking to build their knowledge and advance their careers.