Ridgefield, CT, October 03, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Edward T. Reilly, CEO of The American Management Association [AMA], talks on The CEO Show with Robert Reiss about the role of training in the global business environment, the transition from a U.S.-centric focus, the ability to have business conversations between diverse cultures, and the accommodation of different relationships that exist between management and subordinates in countries worldwide. Reilly also talks about the scope and structure of learning programs delivered by AMA and how the contribution of the Internet and computer-assisted learning are integrated into the delivery of business education.
Reilly speaks at some length about the variety of subject matter that exists within the 170 teaching programs which are further divided into 17 different disciplines, allowing AMA instructors to specialize. As expressed by Reilly, “Our instructors are not only excellent presenters and teachers, they are also excellent practitioners in their subject areas.”
Since people, the employees of organizations, are one of their largest investments, Reilly says “it stands to reason that if you can improve the performance of individual employees, you can improve the performance of the totality of an organization. Training can clearly make a difference that results in better returns on investment and better profitability.”
AMA’s customized learning programs are another offering described by Reilly. These programs are created for moderate to large sized groups of employees. In Reilly’s words, “AMA’s public programs intervene in the careers of individuals, whereas its customized programs intervene in the life-cycle of companies.” The customized programs, according to Reilly, not only provide content, they give the participants “a new basis of communication”.
Information about The American Management Association can be found online at: http://www.amanet.org
The interview with Edward T. Reilly, CEO and President of The American Management Association, can be heard in its entirety from the Reissource website: www.theCEOshowOnline.com
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