sla-logo-2015030smallpng2A certification in supply chain indicates that you have completed a structured course and passed a series of exams. A supply chain certification indicates that you have developed a high degree of competency and understanding in the supply chain. The two of the most known supply chain certifications ...
sla-logo-2015030smallpng2A lot of professionals are asking why they still need to become a Certified Professional in Supply  Management (CPSM) despite the fact that they already have a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA). Comparing the two in term of their scope, an MBA is general, while a CPSM shows a spe...
youngpros6Preparing for a certification exam requires tremendous amount of dedication and long study hours, and with this, you probably do not believe that you can pass the CPSM exam in less than 30 days. It cannot be denied that your professional and personal life can also affect your preparations for the ex...
sla-logo-2015030smallpng2Disaster and Risks Loom in Your Supply Chain The late event of defective ignition switches in General Motors autos ought to serve as a wakeup call to organizations that need great perceivability into their worldwide supply chains. At the same time most have neglected to actualize sufficient inventor...
Whether you have been working in supply management for twenty years or barely meet the requirements to take the CPSM exam, it is important for you to prepare yourself for the exam. This means you should study up on current trends in the industry, revisit previously learned material, and familiarize ...
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