On Friday 31 October 2014 the Minister for Education, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, launched the Australian Institute of Management's new online MBA in Adelaide.
Coorparoo manager Damien Boorman has always walked the walk - now he can talk the talk.
Boorman, 28, was named the Queensland Young Manager of the Year at the annual Australian Institute of Management Excellence Awards at a gala ceremony on Friday night.
Measuring success can often be a maligned practice but try telling that to the quartet of winners at the AIM Excellence Awards in New South Wales and Canberra.
A survey conducted by Australia’s peak management body has exposed the need for a market correction in the value of middle managers.
The AIM Group has embarked on an exciting new chapter in the Institute’s history as the AIM Brand is re-launched across the nation for the first time as an enterprise.
Four outstanding Victorian managers have been rewarded for a stellar year by being awarded with Australia’s most prestigious management award.
Vigorous Tasmanian community worker Therese Taylor and Tasmanian businessman Chris Sargent will fondly remember 2014 forever.
Excellence is a trait aspired to by many but achieved by few. Not so for the quartet of South Australian high achievers whose corporate achievements were rewarded when they were named the state’s most successful managers at the AIM Excellence Awards on Friday 3 October.
High-achieving Australian businessman A. Donald Glover FAIM was a man before his time. Born in Leongatha, in Victoria on December 2 in 1924, Mr Glover served in the Royal Australian Air Force as a pilot in Canada and Australia and went on to introduce some of Australia’s most loved products into the nation’s households.