CSCMP Publications

CSCMP Hot Topics

CSCMP Hot Topics are written by leading experts in supply chain management and focus on newly emerging research from CSCMP and other organizations; hot trends and emerging industry insights; and/or journal articles that expose a new perspective or finding that has emerged as a critical issue. Hot Topics provide a quick way to keep up with a changing supply chain management industry and marketplace. Every issue is brief, and no more than 2-4 pages.

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Journal of Business Logistics

Are you and your organization prepared for what’s on the horizon? Supply chain management professionals who read the Journal of Business Logistics (JBL) learn about upcoming research and in-depth studies on hot buttons in the industry. Articles in the Journal of Business Logistics are oftentimes collaborations between and among prominent academics, thought leaders, consultants, and practitioners.

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Supply Chain XChange Magazine

CSCMP members receive complimentary subscriptions to CSCMP’s Supply Chain XChange, an award-winning magazine and a leading literary source for over 15,000 supply chain management professionals seeking unbiased and valuable industry information and insight. The magazine has been awarded a gold and silver medal for content and design by the American Society of Business Publication Editors.

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Supply Chain Management Process Standards

Supply Chain Management Process Standards is the first comprehensive reference guide containing general guidelines to help you self-assess your current processes. You’ll use these tools to identify process strengths and weaknesses…and be able to focus your attention on areas where improvement efforts will drive the most benefit. Topics include: Deliver, Enable, Make, Plan, and Return.

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Supply Chain Management Talent Development

At a time when supply chain management is gaining stature, many organizations face a critical supply chain talent void due to years of headcount reduction, training budget cuts, and the retirement of highly skilled individuals. Supply chain leaders must address this talent gap by assembling a team of talented professionals with skills that are core to the organization’s supply chain management mission.

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