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As the largest nonprofit association for supply chain, ASCM is an unbiased partner, connecting companies around the world to the newest thought leadership on all aspects of the supply chain. ASCM is continuing to provide the industry-leading APICS certifications and training youʼve come to trust. Weʼve also expanded to deliver end-to-end professional development and educational offerings through our global network of partnerships and alliances.

Being an ASCM member means joining a network of impassioned individuals dedicated to creating a better world through supply chain management. With discounts on certification courses, professional development, events, and exclusive access to our research and online community, you’ll have the tools to elevate your own career and enhance your company’s performance.

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Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM)
8430 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue, Suite 1000
Chicago, Illinois, 60631
United States
(773) 867-1777
(800) 444-2742
(773) 639-3000
[email protected]

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ASCM CEO Abe Eshkenazi introduces the new Association for Supply Chain Management

ASCM News & Resources

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ASCM Honors Supply Chain Management Leaders with Awards of Excellence
3 companies and 3 individuals have been recognized with Association for Supply Chain Management Awards of Excellence for their dedication in advancing the field of supply chain management.

ASCM Releases Top 10 Supply Chain Trends for 2024
The ASCM top 10 supply chain trends for 2024 feature a new number one, but technology trends still dominate the top five overall.

Digital supply chain leads ASCM’s Top 10 supply chain trends for 2024
As more companies look to leverage big data and analytics, they are finding a digital supply chain is a must.

How Education is Adapting to New Industry, Student Demands
Dr. Richard Kilgore explains how supply chain education programs are evolving to educate the leaders of tomorrow.

Supply chain stability remains elusive, notes new report from ASCM and KPMG
While supply chain disruptions have lessened, ASCM and KPMG’s Stability Index continues to point to increased global instability.

Logistics Labor: Increasing retention
To better manage through the constrained labor market, logistics operations are courting more women and other diverse job candidates; ramping up their training programs; investing in automation; and ensuring that positions offer the work-life balance that many new recruits are seeking.

Elevated freight and labor costs remain issues for stressed out supply chains
ASCM, KPMG index reveals some easing, but pressure remains high.

Learn about Digital SCOR on The Rebound Podcast
ASCM’s Peter Bolstorff discusses the SCOR capabilities that enable digital transformation

Say so long to 2022 on The Rebound
Hey, 2022 was better than you think for supply chain, say Abe Eshkenazi and Bob Trebilcock on their final episode for 2022

Putting Supply Chain Certification to Work
Supply chain certification providers are pushed to come up with new ways to serve up education on a broad level, but also for very specific, relevant topics.

31st Annual Study of Logistics and Transportation Trends: Meeting the need for talent
While the turbulent market has created headaches for shippers, carriers, and service providers, our study also focused on one of the most critical threats facing today’s logistics and supply chain leaders: people.

ASCM’s 2022 Supply Chain Salary and Career Report
The 2022 Supply Chain Salary and Career Report show a bright outlook for those in the supply chain, with the salary gap narrowing for people of color and women at public companies, salary and compensation increases, and high job satisfaction.

Take a deep dive into ASCM’s 2022 salary and career report on The Rebound
On this episode of The Rebound, Abe Eshkenazi and Bob Trebilcock reveal the results of ASCM’s annual salary survey: Hint, it's a good time to be in the industry.

Logistics Labor: Bringing over talent
With a smaller labor pool to pull from and e-commerce sales continuing to escalate, logistics managers need solid tactics for winning the race for talent.

Speaking up for diversity and inclusion in the supply chain on The Rebound
ASCM Board members Katie Fowler and Pamela Dow discuss the importance of diversity in the supply chain. In the war for talent, it’s essential.

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