We understand the multitude of challenges that Australian managers face in a fast-paced and dynamic business world.
For a long time, 75 years in fact, we’ve been helping big businesses to strategically build the leadership and management capability within their organisation.
The Australian Institute of Management knows that one of the keys to making good decisions is being well informed. At AIM we do this for our Members in a number of ways such as regular communication in newsletters as well as networking and thought leadership events.
Business capability in Australia has continued to slip for another year according to the findings of the Australian Institute of Management’s 2015 Australian Management Capability Index (AMCI).
As part of our regular series where we introduce the AIM Group Board, we recently sat down for a chat with Julie Boyd FAIM to hear how she got involved with AIM and what role she believes AIM Membership can play in the careers of Australia's managers and leaders.
It’s not often you find yourself in Melbourne in front of an audience of 200 AIM Members, business and community leaders, VIPs and AIM Excellence Awards finalists. Talking about venomous spiders. Well, you might think it's par for the course, but last Friday evening was certainly a first for me!
It’s been quite a month in the world of leadership.
Of course, it’s arguably the case that the vast majority of things we read about in the news actually boil down to issues of leadership, but the past month has at least felt as if leadership, or perhaps more accurately, leaders and their leadership styles have been on our Twitter and Facebook feeds and on the front page a little more than usual.
Three outstanding Tasmanian managers have been named as the best in their field in the Australian Institute of Management’s annual Excellence Awards.
With Regional and State Excellence Awards having taken place in every State and Territory in Australia, national finalists for the 2015 Excellence Awards can now be revealed.
AIM’s latest National Salary Survey has revealed that although Australian salaries are still experiencing historically low levels of growth, both the IT industry and the Construction and Engineering industry are still showing signs of improvement.