Expert Insight, Live or On-Demand

When you are short on time, but you still want to grow your knowledge and skills, Live and On-Demand Webinars from ISM offer 60-minutes of focused education. During the live webinar, you will hear from subject-matter experts and can participate in the Q & A. Even better, ISM’s webinars are available On-Demand for six months.

The Benefits of ISM’s Webinars


Our Webinars are created in collaboration with subject matter experts resulting in a broad catalog of webinars to choose from.

Continuing Education

The flexibility of Live or On-Demand Webinars allows you to hear from industry leaders on topics relevant to you and your career. For those holding certification, each webinar is worth 1 Continuing Education Hour (CEH).

Relevant and Timely

Webinar topics cover all aspects of the supply management profession and we aim to share best-practices and key strategies to help you navigate and move forward swiftly in the current supply chain environment. 

Upcoming Webinars Education

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    More and more professionals are talking about blockchain in supply chain.  It is a popular conversation and people are examining the capabilities of blockchain, what the benefits are of using this technology and how they can consider applying it within their organization.

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    Looking for new ways to drive change and innovation while increasing impact for sourcing, procurement, and suppliers?

    By focusing on transparent collaboration and supplier performance while leveraging next-generation technology, it's now possible to strategically transform your sourcing and procurement organizations.  Find out how you can accelerate decision making, establish clear strategic sourcing practices, and proactively engage with all of your suppliers and stakeholders.

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    Coopetition with Suppliers

    Coopetition – collaboration with another company while simultaneously competing with them – is increasingly pervasive with many business partners, including strategic suppliers.  Unfortunately, many organizations fail to capitalize on opportunities and/or incur unnecessary risk because they fail to employ effective strategies for managing coopetition.  According to our research, 30% of respondents say their companies are “very effective” at managing coopetition, 49% say “somewhat effective,” and 10% say “not effective.”  Another 10% report their companies do not engage in coopetition.