Inbox: NZIM Asian connection

The New Zealand Institute of Management (NZIM) provides link for local members with their peers in 18 Asia Pacific countries through the Asian Association of Management Organisations (AAMO).
NZIM CEO, Kevin Gaunt, attended council meeting for AAMO, of which NZIM is founding member, held in Delhi in April.  
AAMO represents management organisations in 18 countries stretching from India to Australia and New Zealand.  The aim of the council is to provide management organisations in each of these countries with the opportunity to meet and share information and learning across the whole Asia Pacific region.  
This year, in addition to its full meeting agenda, the AAMO council planned its triennial international management conference, which will be held in Macau in September.  
The council also established plans for the 2013 Asian Management Game and Young Managers’ fact finding visit to the Pearl River Delta region in China, both of which happen later this year.  Through NZIM young managers can apply to participate in these two programmes, which have been run successfully for the past two years.  
Whilst in India council members were able to visit the Suzuki car manufacturing plant outside of Delhi, which produces 5000 new cars per day.  The factory produces the full Suzuki product range and cars leave each production line one every 12 seconds.
NZIM’s membership of AAMO gives it access to some of the most advanced management practices in the world and the opportunity to bring this learning back to New Zealand. M

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