Since 1976, the Albany, NY/Capital District Chapter, now Forum has been serving the region, sponsoring monthly professional development meetings, featuring guest speakers and company tours. Additionally, the Chapter has a strong contingent of qualified and experienced instructors providing training in the APICS Body of Knowledge, including CPIM (Certified in Production and Inventory Management), C
The Birmingham Forum spans the greater Birmingham, Gadsden and Tuscaloosa areas, and has an active membership of professionals from multiple industries as well as university students studying operations and supply chain management. Our website is updated frequently and includes information about Chapter leadership, PDMs, educational courses, and facility tours.
The Bluegrass Forum of SCM is dedicated to foster the effective application of the body of knowledge in operations and supply chain management . The Bluegrass Forum is nestled in the heart of the Bluegrass region of Kentucky and meets monthly at different localities for PDMs and plant tours (Currently all meetings are virtual due to COVID pandemic). Some distinct members of the Bluegrass Chapter c
In addition to your ASCM membership, you have the option to add a membership to the Central Jersey Forum ($50 annual). Each month the chapter provides an opportunity for members and other professionals to get together for networking, dinner (or zoom), and a presentation from an industry speaker, tour a leading local supply chain operations management facility and Supply Chain education. APICS Educ
As an ASCM Forum, we are creating a supportive local community for supply chain professionals, to connect with friends, peers and mentors; learn new skills; and create a better world through supply chain across the span of their careers . Should you have training or CPIM, CSCP, and CLTD certification needs, we will work with you and our ASCM Chapter partners directly to fulfill your needs. Whether
The ASCM Cincinnati Forum consists of over 200 members, including students from the University of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky University. Five to six professional development meetings are held throughout the year, along with networking events. Go to Cincinnati ASCM Forum for more information on upcoming professional development meetings and networking events or follow our LinkedIn page!
In these COVID days we are offering LUNCH&LEARN WEBINARS at noontime. See our Website for details https:danburyct.ascm.org
The ASCM East Tennessee Forum offers a professional, local community of Operations and Supply Chain Management professionals. Membership helps you engage in meaningful discussions, contribute in ways that drive the profession forward and grow your professional network.
APICS, ASQ, IMA & ISM Annual Joint Meeting Speaker: Brenda Lloyd Topic: Item/Inventory Tracking and Data Exchange – Details Matter Brenda will speak on the importance of Data Exchange Mapping as an integral part of inventory tracking projects. December 7, 2017, 5:30 – 8:00 Owl Creek Country Club 12400 Osage Rd., Anchorage, KY 40223 Cost: $25 Speaker Bio: Brenda Lloyd is President o
If you’re interested in attending, please sign up today by emailing Stan Okeson, VP of Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org . Here are the details: Date: Wednesday, January 31 Time: Tour begins at 2:30pm so please arrive around 2:15 to sign in. Part of the tour is on an outside tram. Location: IMG Academy, 5651 Bollettieri Blvd, Bradenton, FL 34210 This link will open a map to the meeting locatio
APICS Space Coast Chapter consists of approx 48 members. Our Chapter Members are from Melbourne, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa, Cocoa Beach, Ft. Pierce, Indialantic, Melbourne Beach, Merritt Island, Micco, Miramar, Palm Bay, and Rocklege. Certification Achievements 23 CPIM, 2 CFPIM, 3 CIRM , 2 CSCP
Our PDM locations change each month. For the most up to date information, please visit our website at www.foxvalleyWI.ascm.org. Thanks!
ASCM Golden Gate Forum Vision Statement: We boost your supply chain journey through a forum. ASCM Golden Gate Forum Mission Statement: We help you excel in your supply chain journey.
The Greater Ozarks APICS Chapter of Southwest Missouri has a large geographic area which spans from Joplin to Springfield / Lebanon, south to the Arkansas state line, and much of the surrounding area. We hold dinner meetings and facility tours each month from September through June alternating between Joplin and Springfield meeting locations. These meetings present an excellent opportunity to shar
The Michiana APICS Chapter is a not-for-profit 501c(6) organization serving the South Bend/Elkhart Indiana Metropolitan Statistical Area manufacturing and service industries with networking, education and certification programs leveraging the APICS Body of Knowledge to improve a companies bottom-line performance through their employees. We help our member companies Advance Productivity, Innovation
The ASCM New Mexico Forum brings together a local community of supply chain professionals. Join us to engage in meaningful discussions, contribute in ways that drive the profession forward and grow your professional network.
The New York City - Long Island Chapter is platinum rated chapter offering corporate and individual members a full array of Supply Chain, Operations Management, ERP, and Lean Enterprise education. Our well-attended professional development dinner meetings, plant tours, and on-line networking enable Supply Chain and Operations Management professionals the opportunity to meet with each other and exc
Board of Directors for the Term July 1, 2020 to December 31, 2021 President – Kuntal Kumar Ghosh, CSCP Past President Bronson Carmona Past President/Advisor – Grace Neeley, CPIM, CLTD VP of Education – Catherine McPhee, CPIM VP of Information – Christopher Bradford, CPIM VP of Marketing – Tracy Cooper VP of Professional Development – Sudhakar Kalanidhi Secretary
Ontario Grand Valley Chapter serves members in Ontario Canada from Brantford, Waterloo Region, Guelph, Stratford, Goderich, Elmira, Walkerton, Mount Forest, Orangeville, Fergus, Paris, St. Marys, Listowel, Palmerston and Milverton. Ontario Grand Valley chapter offers members many opportunities for learning and networking through Professional Development meetings, tours, seminars and educational of
APICS Phoenix Chapter is a full-service educational non-profit chapter. Our teachers are APICS Recognized Instructors, fully versed in the subjects they teach. The Phoenix Chapter of APICS will strive to: Provide a forum for individuals to achieve professionalism in the integrated resource management field. Provide vehicles to increase awareness of the capabilities of APICS as a global professiona
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