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Study Review - CPSM Module 3: Leadership in Supply Management
Sat, April 22, 2017, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT
The Key to Unlocking Your True Career Potential
Being certified by ISM, whether it’s a CPSM® or CPSD™, is one of the most important decisions you will make. Those four letters after your name carry a lot of weight in the global supply management field because they are backed by ISM’s reputation and more than 100 years of credibility. More than a badge of honor, they announce to all that you have mastered critical skills and can apply them to real-world situations to achieve superior outcomes.
Stand out from your peers. Earn more. Win promotions. Impress employers. These are the possibilities that a globally recognized ISM certification can help make a reality. Can you afford not to have one?
Discover the Difference
Don’t confuse an ISM certification with a certificate program. An ISM certification is a highly valued professional credential. Utilizing a robust methodology and adhering to set standards, ISM certification is created from the guidance of supply management professionals across industries, roles and experience levels. It measures your excellence across a broad scope of critical supply management concepts. And, once you are certified, an ISM certification allows you to use a prestigious designation after your name. A certificate program, on the other hand, is typically more narrow in focus. But the real difference? An ISM certification is dynamic and evolves with the profession — we require you to recertify, proving you have kept current with the profession through continuing education. A certificate program has no such requirements.
Is it any wonder that employers place such a high value on an ISM certification? Join 60,000 other supply management professionals and get your CPSM now!
ISM defines supply management as:
The identification, acquisition, access, positioning and management of resources and related capabilities that an organization needs or potentially needs in the attainment of its strategic objectives.
The Leadership in Supply Management exam focuses on many of the human resources issues that supply management professionals face. From leadership, risk and compliance, to strategic sourcing, these tasks are critical to making supply chain management a strategic part of business operations. This 180-question set also tests on social responsibility, ethical issues and spend analysis.
CPSM Module 3: Leadership in Supply Management
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Contact: Matthew A Bradshaw, C.P.M., Professional Development Chair: ISM-Houston
matt.bradshaw@ism-houston-org 281-677-7511 Cell Phone