ASCI produces and republishes a wide variety of digital content for its members and the broader community which are structured under ASCI's Supply Chain Management Knowledge Areas, including:
Use the links below to be taken to the host site for the relevant content:
Monthly ASCI Newsletters are a great way to stay up to date with your community. Click here for the latest version.
MhD Magazine is delivered to ASCI Members each month. Ensure that you have your residential address listed in your ASCI profile for delivery. Alternatively, you can access the digital versions here.
The State of Supply Chain Management is an annual member survey that measures the pulse of Supply Chain Management in Australia. Today’s Supply Chain Managers are increasingly being asked by their CEOs to be more strategic and help generate more value within their organisation. A greater investment than ever before is being made within the supply chain in order to increase efficiencies; be innovative; achieve a competitive advantage and deliver a better customer experience.
Through this study, in partnership with UTS Business School, we explore eight components to provide insight into the maturity of supply chains:
The Report is availabe for ASCI Members to download here.
The ASCI Supply Chain Management Body of Knowledge (ASCI SCMBoK) is a complete set of concepts, terms and activities that make up the supply chain management domain. In the case of the ASCI SCMBoK, these have been constructed in collaboration with industry and academia and with ASCI’s global certification partners.
A body of knowledge (BoK) is the complete set of concepts, terms and activities that make up a professional domain, as defined by the relevant learned society or professional association. It is a type of knowledge representation by any knowledge organisation.
A body of knowledge is the accepted ontology for a specific domain. The ASCI SCMBoK is based on the ASCI Supply Chain Management Model which has four key components, each containing a prescribed aggregation of knowledge in that particular component which is considered required in those areas.
These four key components are:
PART 1: Supply Chain Management
PART 2: Operations Management
PART 3: Logistics Management
PART 4: Supply Management