ASCI appoints new member to Ethics Committee

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The Australasian Supply Chain Institute (ASCI) has appointed Mike Owen to the ASCI Initiative’s Ethics Committee

ASCI, formerly apicsAU, is a non-profit, professional membership community established in 1963 that supports the Australasian professional supply chain community, through its ethics, risk and technical committees.

Mike has nearly 35 years of involvement in senior inventory, procurement, logistics and supply chain, sales, marketing and executive management roles, and was contracted to Chainalytics Australia as a Supply Chain Engagement Specialist and is currently working with ChangeLogic as a Senior Client Engagement Consultant.

The role of ASCI’s Ethics Committee is to oversee the ASCI Code of Ethics; create and oversee the applicable Confidential Ethics Complaint Reporting Procedures, and ethics advisory structures; review requests for advisory opinions; and review ethics complaints and make recommendations to the Board.

Dr Pieter Nagel, CEO, ASCI, said, “Mike has been part of the ASCI community from early on. I would like to formally welcome Mike to the Ethics Committee on behalf of ASCI. I am looking forward to his professional contribution to our Ethics Committee as we pave the way for professionalising supply chain management in this country.”