Magazine article Management Review

Happy 2000!

Magazine article Management Review

Happy 2000!

Article excerpt

While the pages of our calendars may say 1998, America's most successful organizations are looking to the year 2000 and beyond. They realize that many of the skills that keep them out in front today will not be good enough to compete even two years from now.

After all, a skilled workforce is the single-most important resource in almost any American business. Undeniably, the skills of the men and women who make up that resource must be updated to keep pace with changing times, changing technology, changing competition.

That's where AMA comes in. Our business is to help you keep up with change and to provide your team with the cutting-edge skills necessary for success in the years ahead. I'd like to invite you - dear member - to take a fresh look at the many exciting ways AMA can assist you in meeting the challenges that await in the new century.

The number of people who attend AMA seminars each year is growing - to more than 600,000 in 1997. AMA's rich and diverse array of training possibilities offers you and your team more choice than any other management education organization.

We offer in-depth seminars on every topic from basic supervisory techniques to the latest trends affecting tomorrow's business world. Such leading-edge programs as setting up an intranet, using online accounting, doing business with China and capitalizing on integrated marketing are all designed to give you a head start on your competition.

If you're interested in boosting your skills in relationship selling or building a Website or anything in between, you'll find them at AMA as well. …

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