eISM ‐ Maximize your learning and earning potential
eISM features both self-paced and instructor-led online courses as well as quick micro-learning videos that help supply management professionals master their craft. Each course is created to add expert depth to your knowledge base by delving into specific competencies. The eISM program is designed around your need to build valuable knowledge and earn important Continuing Education Hours without disrupting your work-life balance. To ensure you get the most out of the eISM offerings, use the ISM Mastery Model® for course recommendations that are tailored to your needs.
eISM Online Courses
Looking to save on the cost and time of traveling to a seminar? These courses are an excellent online alternative and have the benefits of in-person training including peer learning and instructor interaction.
These courses are perfect for studying at your own speed. Each one covers several learning objectives and is an hour or more in length.
Surviving the Future of Procurement – Driving Digital Transformation Forward and How to Start
June 25, 2019
Driving change, thriving technologies and living the trends of RPA, IoT, Blockchain and AI is now the new norm.
We are moving so fast in the digital revolution of supply chain. This webinar will give you an overview of the key concepts driving change in supply management!
Charlotte de Brabandt, 2017 ISM 30 Under 30 Megawatt winner
Jasdeep Sandhu, 2018 ISM 30 Under 30 Megawatt winner
ISM’s 2019 Salary Survey: The Value of Supply Management Talent
June 13, 2019
Practitioners continue to reap the benefits of the profession’s wage-growth trend, with higher-than-average salary and overall compensation increases compared to workers overall.
Institute for Supply Management® (ISM®) has taken its annual pulse of salaries and overall compensation in the profession, and for the fifth consecutive year, practitioners reported good news. According to ISM’s Fourteenth Annual Salary Survey, salaries and overall compensation in the profession not only increased in 2018 compared to the previous year, they took a step forward when compared to salary growth among professionals overall.
Paul Shik Lee, Jr., Director, ISM Research & Analytics at Institute for Supply Management