The CSCMP Board of Directors is responsible for voting on the mission, vision, and goals of CSCMP on an annual basis. With the board coming directly from the field of SCM, their understanding of the needs and wants of CSCMP members creates an organizational structure with the return result of CSCMP providing unparalleled service based on what is best for the supply chain professional and the advancement of their career.
CSCMP Vision / Mission Statement
"To lead the supply chain profession by connecting, developing, and educating the world's logistics and supply chain management professionals throughout their careers"
Learn about the steps CSCMP will take to accomplish its mission and goals during 2016 – 2019.
Provide opportunities for supply chain professionals to communicate in order to develop and improve their supply chain management skills
Identify and conduct research that adds to the knowledge base of supply chain theory and practice
Create awareness of the significance of supply chain to business and to the economy
A trade association, social organization, or high-density market, so we do not condone suppliers who use the organization to promote their services
Aligned with shippers, carriers, warehouse operators, material handling equipment manufacturers, consultants, or any other similar industrial grouping
An organization that engages in matters where various members have contrary interests
An organization that endorses, sanctions, or discourages supply chain-related legislation, products, or services
As a professional not-for-profit organization, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals holds these values:
We operate with the highest standards of integrity.
We are dedicated to professional development.
We are an inclusive organization.
We champion thought leadership and innovation.
We offer knowledge and expertise of the highest quality.
Provide leadership in developing, defining, understanding & enhancing the supply chain management profession on a global basis.
Expand CSCMP's global presence and visibility
Provide and promote a world class and unique professional certification program
Be a source of high quality information
Identify future trends as it relates to the supply chain management profession and respond with flexibility as appropriate
Enhance member value through education, research, networking, communication and services CSCMP provides to its members
Retain and recruit members
Provide and promote:
Successful global roundtables
High quality education to improve the profession and benefit our members
High quality research to improve the profession and benefit our members
High quality networking opportunities to benefit our members
Market and communicate effectively with all constituents
Operate with sound business practices
Utilize sound business practices to ensure CSCMP's viability
Provide necessary infrastructure to support CSCMP's Vision, Mission, and Goals