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A review of The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) qualifications has been launched. The institute has reviewed and restructured its qualifications to develop more agile and creative thinkers, focused on strategy and relationship building, it says. “Following a review of the CIPS Global Standard and competency framework, the updated qualifications aim to future-proof students and create the right skills and relevant knowledge so procurement professionals can manage the challenges their organisations face …” Malcolm Harrison, Group CEO, CIPS said: “It is critical that procurement professionals have a handle on all of the ethical issues affecting their organisations. The updated qualifications not only make students aware of all the issues and legislation, but equip them with the skills to influence and design policy, and lead and monitor on compliance …” Read more here.

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