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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Greaver, who teaches a strategic outsourcing seminar for the American Management Association (AMA), makes an effective case for his premise that outsourcing must be a strategic business decision, not a knee-jerk reaction, a quick fix for problems, or a cure for a revenue deficiency.
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He is a member of the American Management Association, COREnet, and NACORE.
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He is a frequent lecturer and currently is a course leader for the American Management Association.
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