Training and Education for Today’s Rapidly Changing Supply Chain Landscape

Our profession is advancing rapidly and changing almost daily, posing new challenges to the supply management professional. As our industry evolves, so does professional training. We are the only supply management association that provides training in all areas of our supply management profession.

To see all upcoming events, please visit the Education Calendar. 

Upcoming Events




Chapter Meeting

ISM-Austin Nearshore and Offshore Strategies

At the event, Anthony will speak on Nearshore and Offshore strategies, highlighting:

• Understanding differences in location, cost, and cultural alignment for effective outsourcing.

• Diversifying resources across regions to mitigate risk.

• Creating platforms for visibility and exposure to resources.

• Bringing innovation and cohesiveness with nearshore partners to enhance strategic capabilities.

• Harnessing an ecosystem to optimize work processes.


Location: Norris Conference Centers 2525 W. Anderson Lane, Suite 365 Austin, Texas 78757

Are you a fulltime student? Contact ISM Member Services for free registration (limited to first 5 students) 480.752.6276 option 8


Sponsor: 035 ISM—Austin, Inc.
Norris Conference Centers
Anthony F. Porter




Member Only

Quarterly State of Risk Update

Join the executive leaders from ISM and Resilinc as they come together as part of a quarterly series to discuss the latest and emerging risks and disruptions impacting global supply chains. ISM CEO Tom Derry and Resilinc CEO Bindiya Vakil will also provide insights based on respective data and research from both organizations.

Thomas Derry, Bindiya Vakil


Member Only

Complying with a Time-Sensitive Canadian Supply Chain Act

Canada’s Fighting Against Forced Labor and Child Labor in Supply Chains Act (S-211) went into effect January 1, 2024. If you sell products into Canada, your company may be required to comply and submit comprehensive supply chain reports by May 31, 2024. Join this interactive webinar with a live Q&A led by international trade and ESG leaders from BDO to build your understanding of what companies are subject to the Act, reporting requirements, and what this could mean for supply chain due diligence requirements in other countries.