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“Supply Chain Management: Beyond the Horizon” is an industry-focused initiative with research and educational components. The research was conducted by Michigan State University in conjunction with APICS.
Transportation Journal is an APICS academic journal devoted to presenting new knowledge about the supply chain, logistics and transportation fields.
APICS, through a partnership with The Manufacturing Institute, explores how manufacturing and supply chain can attract, retain and advance women.
APICS e-News covers hard-hitting topics in a quick-read format to keep professionals up-to-date on the latest supply chain news.
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This supplement to APICS magazine provides real-world information about solutions proven to enhance functions in supply chain.
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Each week, APICS CEO Abe Eshkenazi, CSCP, CPA, CAE, offers insights into global news and shares his exclusive commentary connecting current events with supply chain topics.
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APICS CEO Abe Eshkenazi, CSCP, CPA, CAE, offers his viewpoint on supply chain and the latest APICS news.
Letters to the readers of APICS magazine from Senior Managing Editor Elizabeth Rennie and other members of the editorial staff
The official APICS blog features insights, analyses and ideas from experts and APICS leaders to help advance supply chains.
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The APICS OMBOK Framework is a high-level publication representing the areas of concern for the typical operations management professional. It is a convenient way to view the scope of field, but it is not intended to be an replacement for operations management courses or certification exams. Educational pedagogy dictates that these topics be covered in different ways depending on specific objectives.
The APICS OMBOK Framework is a high-level document that codifies the specific elements of operations management. It is not intended as a list of recommended best practices or an instructional training guide. Its structure enables greater depth of coverage in areas of particular relevance to operations management. It builds upon the foundational information in the APICS Dictionary and other preexisting bodies of knowledge. In some cases, the APICS OMBOK Framework references these sources directly.
The APICS OMBOK Framework is maintained and improved through the APICS Body of Knowledge Committee. This committee administers the process of regularly polling subject matter experts across industries, functions, and geographies to identify emerging areas for inclusion in the APICS OMBOK Framework and to identify areas of reduced relevance to be considered for reduced emphasis or removal. Where appropriate, the committee may designate subgroups or other professional societies to lead the maintenance and improvement of subsections of the APICS OMBOK Framework.
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