American Management Association


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American Management Association

A non-profit organization in the United States that provides continuing education and professional development to companies, governments, and individuals. It was founded in 1913 and is based in New York City.
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American Management Association is the world's leading membership-based management development organization.
According to the American Management Association, fewer than half the firms that downsized since January 1987 reported increased profits after the cuts were made, and nearly a quarter say profits decreased.
American Management Association and FranklinCovey Form Strategic Alliance to Provide Management Training Featuring Stephen Covey's Teachings
Originally the American Management Association Building, the property was constructed with a special column free auditorium space on its 7th floor that Novoa said has made the building the darling of media companies, who often find it hard to find space that can accommodate studios.
The American Management Association estimates the cost of replacing an employee at 30% of his or her salary.
Often what happens is the boss calls the secretary in and says, `Handle this for me,' '' said Florence Stone, editor of The Take-Charge Assistant, a publication of the American Management Association in New York.
He completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard University in 1969 and completed course work in management and marketing with the American Management Association.
Two years later, the American Management Association published the proceedings of a Personnel Publications Editors Conference held that year.
Recent assignments include Vice President for Raining Data Corporation (NASDAQ: RDTA - News) and North American Vice President for the American Management Association (AMA).
The Council's latest fund-raising event, which was held on July 22 in the offices of the American Management Association, brought in $106,160 pledged by 43 member and affiliate member firms, many of which had contributed previously.
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