Research, learn and prosper with the AIM Library

Friday, November 20, 2015

While we often feel like we have all of the information we need at our fingertips, managers and leaders who are looking to get ahead of the competition know that some sources of information can be much more credible and valuable than others.

That’s why AIM puts a real focus on providing Members with access to the latest knowledge, research and thought leadership through the industry-leading professional resource that is the AIM Library.

The AIM Library offers one of Australia’s largest specialised collections of management resources including an extensive range of books, journals and audio visual materials, as well as information and research services.

With brick and mortar locations in Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne and Sydney, AIM Library is open to the public for browsing but borrowing is exclusively for Members, and delivery is available to anywhere in Australia.

With 24/7 online access to AIM’s comprehensive business databases, Members can view full text versions of more than 4,000 academic and practitioner business magazines, journals and news sources.

There are also more than 8,000 e-book titles covering topics such as:

  • business strategy
  • leadership theory
  • people management
  • personal and career development
  • customer relations
  • organisational performance

AIM Library Manager, Mary Lou Merven invites Members to get in touch with her and her team to find out how they can assist them in leveraging this one-of-a-kind catalogue.

“We’re always on hand to help with the information and research needs of Members as we have a wealth of resources available,” Ms Merven said.

“We understand that with such a large volume of information available, it can be a daunting task to find a place to get started but we’re happy to assist Members in finding the information they need, when they need it.”

So when Google just isn’t enough, get access to the information you need and give yourself a competitive edge with the AIM Library.

Phone:  1300 658 337