Along with our previously scheduled March 7th webinar on leadership transformation, we’re excited to announce a second FAE event this month (on March 21st) exploring how to create a “culture of quality.” Simply click the linked titles below to find out more about both events, and be sure reserve your spot(s) ASAP at the AIAG Store!Read More
Ready to get spring training on your calendar? With more than two dozen sessions in April alone, we're looking forward to exploring everything from IMDS and USMCA, to the Quality Core Tools (including certification exams), special process system assessments, and much more.Read More
As the new CEO of AIAG, Matt Pohlman collaborates with the board of directors to drive initiatives that support members companies as well as mobility industries across the spectrum. Along with directing and managing all aspects of AIAG, Pohlman sets strategic priorities and works closely with internal teams and global partners to facilitate innovative solutions to common industry challenges.Read More
Originally presented on January 26th by Fred Coe (Global EDI, B2B Manager, General Motors), Terry Onica (Director, Automotive, QAD Inc.), and Jerry Czernel, CPIM (Senior Project Manager, AIM Computer Solutions), the first FAE webinar of 2023 focused on Supply Chain Careers in EDI and B2B Communications - the Lifeblood of the Automotive Industry.Read More
The grave human rights conditions in China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, where Uyghur Muslims and other religious and ethnic minorities are subjected to internment and forced labor, among other abuses, demand international response. So far, the centerpiece of the U.S. response has been the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA), signed into law by President Joe Biden in December 2021. The law is intended to prevent U.S. consumers from being complicit in these abuses through the purchase of Chinese goods made with forced labor. In doing so, it encourages global firms to take Xinjiang out of their supply chains in order to maintain access to U.S. markets.Read More
Originally presented on January 26th – by Fred Coe (Global EDI - B2B Manager, GM), Terry Onica (Director, Automotive, QAD Inc.), and Jerry Czernel, CPIM (Senior Project Manager, AIM Computer Solutions) – our first FAE webinar of 2023 focused on "Supply Chain Careers in EDI and B2B Communications - the Lifeblood of the Automotive Industry.”Read More
As January comes to a close, we're gearing up for more than three dozen courses in the coming weeks, including those focusing on MMOG/LE, USMCA, and IMDS, along with the Quality Core Tools, special process system assessments, auditor training, and more!
Check out the linked sessions below to take next steps and register today at the AIAG Store.
It’s that time again! Our 10th annual WSU/AIAG Auto Industry Certificate in Purchasing and Supply Chain Management program is fast approaching – here’s what you need to know.
The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights are a set of guidelines for states and companies to prevent, address, and remedy human rights abuses committed in business operations. They were proposed by UN Special Representative on Business and Human Rights John Ruggie and endorsed by the UN Human Rights Council in June 2011. In the same resolution, the UN Human Rights Council established the UN Working Group on business & human rights.