On-Demand EDGE and Webinar Sessions
The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) hosts supply chains premier eventTM—CSCMP EDGE.
From leading-edge content to cutting-edge supply chain solutions, EDGE reflects the unparalleled resources CSCMP offers today and symbolizes our unwavering commitment to supply chain in the future.
We understand that not all of our members can make it to EDGE so we have provided recordings of the most attended sessions for your convenience!
EDGE 2019 Session: Leveraging Talent to Innovate, Disrupt and Scale Your Supply ChainContains 2 Component(s)
New technologies and the digitization of businesses present significant challenges and opportunities.
EDGE 2019 Session: The Cost of Clean Air Complying with the IMO 2020 Sulfur CapContains 2 Component(s)
The new IMO regulation reducing ships' sulfur oxide emissions aims to improve the health of the environment and human population, especially near coasts and ports.
EDGE 2019 Session: The Top 5 FAQs About 5GContains 2 Component(s)
The race for 5G is speeding up, and the time for answers regarding the technology advance is now. The panel will address 5 frequently asked questions surrounding the move to 5G: What is 5G? What are the main obstacles to widely available 5G? How will 5G affect existing services? Is 5G secure? What's the deal with Huawei and why does it matter?
EDGE 2019 Session: Culture and the New World Order of Global TradeContains 1 Component(s)
Truly global supply chains involve complex human interactions within different sets of cultural norms.
EDGE 2019 Session: Making Good: Ethics in ManufacturingContains 1 Component(s)
Today's customers put an increasing value on ethical sourcing and are willing to pay to see proof of a company's efforts towards sustainability, free trade and ethical labor practices. This requires a different procurement and sourcing strategy for manufacturers, and a dedicated effort towards transparency, but can ultimately be an opportunity.
EDGE 2019 Session: Transparency in the Supply Chain Starts with ManufacturingContains 1 Component(s)
Consumers demand increasing insight into supply chains on matters such as food safety, sustainability and ethical sourcing. A lack of transparencys can now have a significant impact on sales and brand trust. In this session, learn how two food manufacturing leaders built the case for raising transparency in their supply chains and how they are working to achieve it.