We are the Integrated (end-to-end) Supply Chain Management Professional Body with our headquarters in Ghana with global membership.
We were registered with the Registrar General as Non for Profit entity in 2009 and further duly registered under the Professionals Bodies Decree 1973 (NRCD 143) dated 11th June 2014.
We have two main membership categories;
Our main focus is to effectively provide leadership from the Macro level of Supply Chain Management, which we have termed Integrated Supply Chain Management. This evolving concept was initiated by The Chartered Institute of Supply Chain Management, Ghana. This Integrated Supply Chain Management concept and practice centers on the ‘Mind-set’ and ‘Thinking’; therefore, tilting the knowledge towards more of behavioural and way of life.
CISCM’s Deﬁnition of ISCM
A centralised system of collaborated culture of leadership and policy to gain stakeholder utility, value for money, and conduit for prosperity and economic development.
Integrated supply chain management is a value stream working relationship through each value stream using enterprise resources for optimisation and performance. The concept involves sharing risks and rewards among value stream partners in a way perceived by all as fair.
By Professor Jonathan Opata (FCISCM)