Standards Board is the
Global Supply Chain
(IISB) ISCEA INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS BOARD
IISB (ISCEA International Standards Board) is the world leader in developing and publishing the International Supply Chain Standards. IISB works with Public and Private Organizations to set Global Supply Chain Standards. IISB also works with Governments and Trade Organizations on their Supply Chain Readiness Initiatives.
IISB is made up of a 24 member Board of Directors led by a Secretary-General and a President. IISB delegates are ISCEA management, instructors, key ISCEA staff members, ISCEA AKPs (Authorized Knowledge Providers) and selected members of their staff, Ministerial level Representatives of Governments, ISCEA Country Advisory Board Members, and selected group of Global Supply Chain Experts. The invitation only, IISB Bi-Annual Assembly takes place in Switzerland.
The advisory board is the vehicle through which ISCEA maintains close ties with the industry and its most prominent leaders. Advisory board members hold top management positions in leading global, regional, and national companies. Admittance to this committee is by invitation only.
INDUSTRY EXPERT MEMBERS
ISCEA industry expert members are required have 10 or more years of managerial experience in the domain of supply chain management. They have successfully managed supply chain solutions for many companies in various industries. Most of them are frequent speakers at global supply chain events.
ISCEA allows only ISCEA certified instructors to teach ISCEA Workshops. ISCEA authorized instructors have achieved their authorization through a detailed evaluation of deep knowledge of course material, and Industry experience. They have agreed to follow ISCEA code of conduct that will ensure the integrity and consistency of our programs are maintained across the globe.
ACADEMIC FACULTY MEMBERS
ISCEA academic faculty members are educators and practitioners of supply chain best practices with extensive research and industry expertise. Most academic faculty members are researchers, and hold a Ph.D. in the domain of supply chain management, and are associated with the regional and national universities.