VIRTUAL BOOT CAMP: DON'T MISS THIS ONE-TIME TRAINING OPPORTUNITY

Discover key concepts that enhance your leadership skills to build consensus and support

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Virtual Boot Camp

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Learn the core fundamentals of supply management so you can function in procurement or purchasing to source materials for your organization

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST Each Day

Link to virtual classroom provided after registration

Dr. Randall Mauldin, USMC (ret.), CPSM

Supply Chain Management Expert

Here's what you'ii    learn:

 Master the skills: required of procurement professionals to build consensus and support

 Focus on the most important knowledge: strategy development, stakeholder engagement, people development &  coaching, systems capability & technology, risk & compliance, corporate social responsibility &          ethics

 Participate in an interactive boot camp: with surveys, quizzes, case studies, and workbooks.

 14 Hours of Content for CEHs : 9 Hours of Live Webinar Presentations & 5 Hours of E-Learning Content 

 Team Cohorts Created With Participants : - We will assemble teams from participants, so you have a truly interactive experience in virtual meeting rooms to discuss questions and evaluate case studies 

 Training prepares you for Exam 1 : of the Certified Professional in Supply Management Certification from the Institute for Supply Management.

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Learning Objectives Taught During Live Virtual Training...

  • Participate in organization-wide objective setting
  • Participate in organization-wide budgeting 
  • Develop, implement, revise and support business plans and operating policies and procedures
  • Develop and evaluate supply management relationships with internal departments
  • Lead or participate in cross-functional and/or multifunctional teams
  • Market the value of strategic sourcing and sourcing strategies and initiatives to management and internal stakeholders
  • Evaluate the supply management organizational structure and modify as necessary in order to achieve the optimal structure
  • Develop criteria for evaluating the overall supply management department performance
  • Hire, develop, retain, promote and/or dismiss supply management personnel
  • Conduct ongoing research of the market, current competition, company imperatives, recent trends and emerging capabilities that will provide competitive advantage
  • Implement a risk management program
  • Develop risk mitigation plans that align with organizational risk tolerance
  • Develop tools and processes to measure, report and improve compliance with supply management policiesand regulations
  • Develop and implement a code of business conduct for the supply management function
  • Develop and/or implement a supplier diversity program
  • Establish and monitor programs for sustainability and environmental responsibility
  • Incorporate the use of technology-driven processes to analyze data and make more informed business decisions

During this training, we will focus on the most important skills you need in these areas: strategy development, stakeholder engagement, people development and coaching, systems capability and technology, risk and compliance, and corporate social responsibility and ethics.


Participate in an interactive boot camp with live presentations, surveys, quizzes, case studies, and workbooks.


Throughout the event, we will have virtual breakout sessions where team members will meet in virtual meeting rooms for discussions and evaluate case studies.


Delivered virtually over 3 days.


The content from this training prepares you for Exam 1 of the Certified Professional in Supply Management Certification from the Institute for Supply Management.


Things you need to know about our Virtual Training: 


Important: Technology Requirements: 

You must have the following:

  • Mic and speakers OR a headset.  For the best audio experience, a headset is preferable.


In addition, for the most successful experience we strongly recommend:

  • Avoid using wireless internet network connections.  Wireless connections are inherently unstable and vulnerable to many factors outside the scope of our control.
  • Close down all major applications during virtual training
  • Recommended minimum bandwidth is 3 Mpbs.

About The Instructor

Randy has helped provided training to help 1000's of supply chain professionals use strategic sourcing as a capability to earn more profits from procurement functions. Learn more about Dr. Mauldin on LinkedIn