SOURCE: CSCMP San Francisco

March 06, 2007 16:22 ET

San Francisco CSCMP Calls for 'SCM Executive of the Year' Nominations

Nominations Must Be Received by March 30th 2007 to Be Considered for Prestigious Award

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 6, 2007 -- The San Francisco Roundtable of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP SFRT) is calling for nominations for its Annual SCM Executive of the Year Award, for the executive making a clear difference in supply chain management excellence, as measurably demonstrated in 2006.

To be considered for this highly prestigious award, nominees must be located in Northern California -- and nominators must clearly illustrate nominee achievements, with supporting information and/or references.

Candidates will be evaluated by a select panel of SCM experts based on:

-- SCM Vision
-- Leadership & Innovation
-- Excellence in execution, and
-- Measurable results in 2006.
All nominations (and supporting information) must be received no later than March 30, 2007. The winner will be announced at the April 18th Half-Day Seminar at the Wente Vineyards & Golf Course in Livermore, CA, and celebrated at the Collaborative Annual Banquet May 16th at the Golden Gate Yacht Club in San Francisco.

In March, CSCMP SFRT will host its final educational dinner event for the program year, chaired by Matthew Broberg of Kuehne & Nagel's supply chain group, at the beautiful Hayes Mansion in San Jose. Executives from SAP, Oracle and Cost Plus World Markets will address the topic of Emerging Technologies in today's best performing supply chains.

Early registration is highly encouraged for these very popular events. For more info on CSCMP San Francisco, to register for an event or download a nomination form for the Executive of the Year award, please go to


Serving over 9,000 members worldwide, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals is the premier individual membership association of supply chain professionals. Founded in 1963, CSCMP ( was known as the Council of Logistics Management until 2005, when it broadened its named to reflect expanded resources to meet the needs of professionals throughout the supply chain. Through its many programs, educational events and networking opportunities, the San Francisco Roundtable supports its members in becoming more effective supply chain management professionals. For Job Bank, Scholarship program or Calendar of Events, to register or get directions, please visit

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