We are delighted to provide you with the Australian Management Capability Index 2013 (AMCI). This is the second year that it has been conducted in Australia. It began in New Zealand and has also been adopted in Malaysia, India and Singapore.
The online survey was conducted in late 2012 by nearly 500 organisations across Australia and is based on a leader’s self-assessment of 10 key drivers of management capability that contribute to sustainable performance and where relevant, profitable business growth. Please see the AMCI 2013 Highlights document for the categories and their weightings.
This survey provides Australian managers with the ability to rate their performance, identify their strengths and highlight areas for development. It allows managers to compare their performance across similar organisations, sectors and internationally with their regional counterparts in India, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore.
The latest report reveals that Australian managers are strong in corporate governance and financial management. There is less confidence demonstrated in innovation, adaptive leadership, understanding global markets and making human resources planning central to business planning.
Please see the attachments below for the 3 reports available to you:
View AIM WA’s media release on the AMCI 2013 with comments from AIM WA CEO, Emeritus Professor Gary Martin.
We hope you enjoy reading the AMCI 2013 report and welcome your comments, thoughts or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org