AIM Group 2016 Annual Report showcases the significant progress we have made across key areas of AIM's business throughout 2016.
From the Board Chair
I am delighted to present the 2016 Annual Report for the Australian Institute of Management.
2016 has been a transformational year for the Institute. Following the merger of the state based divisions in 2014, and the divestment of AIM’s Education & Training (AIMET) business in 2015, 2016 was our first full year as a professional organisation focused solely on Members and Membership.
We’ve made solid progress throughout 2016, consolidating AIM’s position as the peak body for managers and leaders in Australia. 2016 has been the first year of the implementation of our Leadership Matters strategy which supports AIM’s stated vision of:
Better Managers. Better Leaders. For a Better Society.
In order to reclaim the Membership ground that was lost whilst AIM was focused on training and education, it has been necessary to invest in and rebuild the Membership business. This has meant that a significant investment has been made in people, to both service our Member base and to design and co-ordinate Member focused programs and products which enhance our Membership value proposition. It’s interesting to note that with this renewed Member focus, we are, in many respects returning to our historical origins as a Membership based professional body with the development of professional managers and leaders at our core.
Australian Institute of Management Education and Training Pty Limited (ABN 40 009 668 553); RTO code 0049 (AIMET); level 21, 580 George St, Sydney, NSW, 2000. AIMET is a registered Higher Education Provider listed on the national register, Provider ID: PRV12071, and an approved FEE-HELP provider. AIMET uses the brand name AIM with permission from the Australian Institute of Management (ABN 56 004 525 017).