As part of a new ongoing series, we'll be interviewing one AIM Staff Member each month to find out a little bit about what they do and who the people are behind your AIM. This month we have Research Team Leader, Charles Go to tell us about himself and what his role entails.
Regional and State finalists have been announced for the Australian Institute of Management’s 2015 Excellence Awards. The AIM Excellence Awards have been running for 22 years and are being contested by managers in every state and territory, including Western Australia for the first time this year.
As part of our regular series where we introduce the AIM Group Board, we recently sat down for a chat with AIM Board Member, Andrew McFarlane FAIM to hear how he became involved with AIM and what role he believes AIM Membership can play in the careers of Australia's managers and leaders.
Last month I provided a glimpse into the future of AIM when I offered a brief outline of the broad areas of policy that your Membership organisation will begin to pursue to take us down the road towards our vision of better mangers, better leaders for a better society.
South Australia’s best and brightest managers are set to be unveiled this Friday at the Australian Institute of Management’s annual Excellence Awards.
AIM hosted the third of our Beyond the Boardroom Series of events at our Sydney Campus recently. Joining the Editor of The Australian, Clive Mathieson to discuss digital disruption we were lucky enough to have Westpac CIO Dave Curran, EFTPOS CEO Bruce Mansfield and SocietyOne CEO Matt Symons.
A message from AIM Education & Training CEO, Dan Musson.
AIM has a proud history operating at the big end of town in all of Australia’s major cities, but we recognise that as the face of business changes in Australia, so will the learning and development requirements of Australia’s managers and leaders.
AIM is throwing open its doors this month so managers and leaders from every industry can get a taste of the market leading courses and qualifications they have to offer.
Accelerating Leadership Talent (ALT) is a personal and professional development program designed to develop emerging leaders by combining the benefits of working cross functionally and cross culturally.
Two young managers from Queensland and one from Victoria have recently been appointed to AIM’s Young Manager Advisory Board (YMAB).