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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The building is also home to a 33,000 s/f New York Sports Club, the Hershey's store and the American Management Association.
His track of professional membership includes many international organizations such as the American Society of Training and Development, the Leader to Leader Institute, the Center for Creative Leadership, the Maximum Impact Leadership Club, the American Management Association, the American Psychological Association, the American Counseling Association, the Institute of Management Consultants & Trainers, the Young Entrepreneurs Association, and others.
He is a member of ALA, the Society for Scholarly Publishing, the Software & Information Industry Association, and the American Management Association.
Lynn, Book, 2007, American Management Association, $22.
She is a member of the local chapters of the American Management Association and the Society of Human Resource Management.
New York, NY, American Management Association, 2007, 211 pp., $24.00/hardback.
The survey, commissioned by the American Management Association (AMA), found that more than 80 percent of executives believe the pace of change is speeding up, and almost as many say they experienced a disruptive change during the past year.
For more information, contact American Management Association, 1601 Broadway, New York, NY 10091; (212) 586-8100; http://www.amacombooks.org.
Seventy-six percent of companies monitor employee Internet use, while 36 percent track content that employees send and receive, says a 2005 survey of 526 companies by the American Management Association and the ePolicy Institute.
Bothwell, author of Effective Succession Planning: Ensuring Leadership Continuity and Building Talent From Within (American Management Association; $65) notes that it takes an average of 48 days for companies to fill a position and as long as a year for some senior-level posts.
Source: The American Management Association, www.amanet.org, and the ePolicy Institute, http://epolicyinstitute.com.
Outsourcing America: What's Behind Our National Crisis and How We Can Reclaim American Jobs, by Ron and Anil Hira (New York: American Management Association, 2005), 236 pages, hardcover, $21.95.
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