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Home > News > May 2004 > 11-May-2004

Management and consultancy Institutes combine forces

The Chartered Management Institute and the Institute of Management Consultancy (IMC) have announced plans to join forces.

Calvert Markham, president of IMC, commented: “There is a natural alliance between IMC and the Chartered Management Institute, with a shared interest in promoting and developing excellent management performance. Together we will strive to raise the capabilities of individuals and their organisations and by joining forces we will have a stronger base from which to add to the debate on corporate governance and business ethics.”

The merger will lead to a series of combined programmes designed to raise performance levels and encourage the promotion of best practice in each discipline.

Mary Chapman, chief executive of the Chartered Management Institute, said: "The Chartered Management Institute has historically helped to shape the career paths for the managers and leaders of tomorrow. As a combined entity with IMC, we will be in an even stronger position to develop respected, influential and professional leaders and form a community of practitioners committed to improving corporate performance."£

Integration will begin during summer 2004 and it is anticipated that the combined structures will be in place by January 2005. Under the terms of the merger each Institute will retain its own brand identity. IMC will operate as a separate directorate within the Chartered Management Institute.

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