CITT webinars allow you to learn online from subject matter experts on topics relevant to supply chain & logistics, business management & strategy or career development. CITT webinars are FREE for CITT-Certified Logistics Professionals (CCLPs) and CITT students, and $50 for other industry pros. CCLPs earn 5 CMUs for your first viewing (live or archived) of each webinar.
Explore (and register for) upcoming webinars by topic by simply clicking on any of the topics listed below. CCLPs and registered CITT students can also click here to explore the members-only catalogue of on-demand, previously-aired CITT webinars.
This webinar will discuss digital the transformational process within retailers and dispel some of the myths that it is all about technology, focusing on the strong strategic part supply chain leaders will have in the digital age. It will also touch on Last Mile and some of the current thoughts retailers have (or should be having), about how to develop their store network to beat “Amazon” (and now Walmart) in terms of speed to market. Learn more. Register.
In an environment where you are only as good as your last delivery, companies must find a way to drive long term collaborative relationships built on trust and mutual benefit.This webinar will discuss Joint Business Planning in the End-to-End Supply Chain and the importance of a clearly defined process for driving accountability and results between partners. Learn more. Register.
This webinar will address the most common networking myths, explore secret networking principles and supply success strategies for creating and leveraging a network of relationships. Learn more. Register.
This popular annual webinar will cover trends and predictions for 2018 and beyond in Canada’s transportation industry, with a particular focus on surface transportation. There will also be a dedicated period for the audience to ask questions. Learn more. Register.
Trade Credit - A Growing Risk in Today's Global Economy - March 7, 2018
This webinar will identify the top 10 global risks businesses will face over the next 2 years (based on an Aon Global Risk Management Survey), and discuss the reasons why companies should consider implementing an accounts receivable insurance policy to help mitigate risk, and grow sales confidently. Learn more. Register.