Rome, 15th November 2023 – Executives from both the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) and Rome Business School (RBS) announce the creation of a multi-year agreement. Our agreement benefits RBS Faculty & Master in Supply Chain students with access to CSCMP research, programming, content, and use of the CSCMP SCPro™ Certification within the Master in Supply Chain program. Both RBS and CSCMP come together to build upon existing frameworks to support the development of supply chain leaders of today and in the future. Our collaboration will lead to additional growth in executive programming and tailored programs that broaden the supply chain talent pool and enable those in the profession to do more than they can today.
“I am so very proud of our work together in crafting this new agreement. CSCMP & Rome Business School now forge a path of sincere intention that together we develop knowledgeable supply chain leaders who are prepared to tackle the challenges on the road ahead while innovating through the ever-changing business landscape. I am thrilled with the ongoing work our CSCMP team in Europe has done to help forge this opportunity before us. As partners to the RBS Supply Chain Master’s program, we now go together, making the most of current and future research, content and CSCMP’s ScPro advanced supply chain certification, enabling great things to happen”, said Mark Baxa, CSCMP President & CEO.
Antonio Ragusa, Dean of Rome Business School, also commented on the agreement, “I am very pleased about this seminal partnership between Rome Business School and the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals. This alliance embodies a fusion of CSCMP’s profound industry insights with the academic rigor of our Master in Supply Chain program, presenting an unrivaled learning platform for our students and faculty. As we intertwine CSCMP’s research and SCPro™ Certification with our curriculum, we are not merely enhancing the academic experience, but significantly advancing the practical and global perspective of our students. The synergy of this collaboration not only elevates our educational prowess but also significantly contributes to the broader supply chain community by cultivating adept leaders poised to drive innovation and navigate the evolving business terrains. As we step into this collaborative venture, we are indeed sowing the seeds for a robust ecosystem of knowledge, expertise, and leadership in the supply chain arena, reaffirming our unwavering commitment to nurturing professionals who are not only versed in current best practices but are also capable of shaping the future of supply chain management.”
Since 1963, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) has been the leading worldwide professional association dedicated to education, research, and the advancement of the supply chain management profession. With more than 9,500 members globally, representing business, government, and academia from 65 countries, CSCMP members are the leading practitioners and authorities in the fields of logistics and supply chain management. To learn more, visit cscmp.org and find CSCMP on social media: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, CSCMPTV, and Instagram.
Rome Business School offers Master’s, MBA, and Executive education programs. The quality of the Master’s programs is recognized in the Eduniversal 2022 international rankings and nationally accredited by ASFOR. Rome Business School has also obtained the EOCCS (EFMD Online Course Certification System), a certification attesting the quality of digital training offered issued by EFMD, the most authoritative accreditation institute in Europe.
Rome Business School welcomes hundreds of students, professionals, entrepreneurs, and companies from over 100 nationalities each year. In its commitment to student growth Rome Business School handled more than 3,754 job offers through its more than 300 partner companies during 2022. The development of “Career Services” during the year enabled RBS to achieve a 97% job placement rate for its students.
Rome Business School is a member of Planeta Formación y Universidades, an international network created in 2003 by De Agostini and the Planeta Group, an international network of 22 educational institutions in Spain, France, France, Italy, Colombia, North Africa, and the United States, which welcome students of 114 nationalities to their more than 500 programs.
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Rome Business School
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