AIM offers regular events and network meetings to provide a forum for experts in a multitude of fields to share their specialist knowledge. We are committed to bringing international authorities on management issues to this country and to providing opportunities for leading Australians to contribute to management thinking and debate.
PERTH | Wednesday 12 March
Values: Culture: Innovation with Professor Ashish Nanda
Distinguished Harvard Business School Professor Ashish Nanda will lead participants through insights on the hallmarks of values, culture and innovation.
Using the famous Harvard Business School case study method, Professor Nanda will engage, challenge and inspire your thinking to enable a more innovative workplace. Read More
BRISBANE | Monday 17 to Friday 21 March
AIM@Home - Series of free events for Members
Every new year brings with it new changes, trends, issues and technology to the business landscape. Join AIM for a week-long series that will explore five topics that managers need to know about in 2014.
Monday 17 March: What Managers Need to Know About Privacy and Cloud Computing
Tuesday 18 March: What Managers Need to Know About Managing the Risks of Social Media
Wednesday 19 March: What Managers Need to Know About Sustainability
Thursday 20 March: What Managers Need to Know About Communicating Change
Friday 21 March: What Managers Need to Know to Excel in Work and Life
ADELAIDE | Thursday 20 March
AIMing High - A Panel Event With Our Best & Brightest
They are under 30 years of age, leaders in their chosen field and they’ve made it onto one of the most respected professional lists of 2013, the AIM30: 30 Under 30 Making a Mark list.
And you will have the opportunity to meet the five recipients from South Australia that made it onto this inaugural list at AIM’s first YPG event of the year. Read More
MELBOURNE | Friday 21 March
Outstanding Women Series with Vicki Pridmore
Join CEO of BreastScreen Victoria, Vicki Pridmore, at AIM's next Outstanding Women Series event.
With extensive experience in the human services sector, Vicki’s career spans secondary teaching, organisational psychology, counselling and project review. With a proven knack for driving change within organisations that need to evolve to stay relevant and operational, Vicki has spent the last decade in senior management roles within the public sector and has made an impressive mark on a number of government and not-for-profit agencies, most recently serving as CEO for the Cheltenham Regional Cemeteries Trust. Read More
For details of all AIM events running in your State or Territory, visit your local AIM website: