Supply Chain Council is a membership organization. Many of our activities and research depends on volunteers like you. Volunteering is a great opportunity to build your professional network, learn from experts, and share your expertise with others.
Special Interest Groups and Industry Groups
When members get together they find others who are working on similar topics. Under the SCC umbrella these groups of members can organize temporarily or more permanently:
Historically many work products of these groups have contributed content and/or direction to SCOR Research & Development.
To join one of these groups your employer needs to hold a current membership. Not certain if your employer is a member? Check our member list -- memberships are updated daily. One or more member organizations contribute administrative resources to administer the group's activities -- scheduling, minutes.
The SCOR® family of frameworks (SCOR, DCOR and CCOR) are based on many years of research by our volunteers. Our volunteers include practitioners (those that operate supply chains), academia (educators), consultants and government agencies. SCOR R&D projects are sponsored by the SCC Research Director and managed by SCC staff. Research content is gathered and analyzed by volunteers. R&D volunteers generally bring a rich experience in supply chain management as well as deep SCOR knowledge. Volunteers are recognized in the SCOR published works.
Please contact Research Director Caspar Hunsche at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 202 962 0440 if you have suggestions for improvement or expansion of the SCC body of knowledge. Contact Carolyn Lawrence at email@example.com or +1 202 962 0440 with questions about volunteering on R&D projects.
Our events depend on our speakers. SCC can pull from a rich community of speakers for our local meetings, executive forums and supply chain world events. You can join this list of speakers. Register with our speaker bureau and we will contact you to qualify you and/or for a speaking engagement. Generally speakers at SCC events are volunteers.
Contact Melinda Spring at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 202 962 0440 for more information about speaking opportunities.