The Malta Institute of Management (MIM) was founded in 1964 as a non-profit making professional body for managers and people aspiring to work in management. The MIM is a non-political and non-negotiating body with a focus on training and developing management skills and has been at the forefront of management development and training since it was established. The Malta Institute of Management is regarded as a focal point for professionals involved in management and other sectors of business and industry. This reputation has been painstakingly build up over the last 57 plus years by consistently offering training, events, networking, assistance and guidance to our members and the business community in Malta. A pioneer in management development in Malta, the MIM runs a wide variety of educational programmes in management and business, at various academic levels and of varying duration. The wide array of business courses and educational programmes we offer have surely helped train managers and leaders to improve their management skills and competencies in Malta over the years. Managers here are keen to improve their skills and managerial competencies in order to make a more effective contribution to their organisations by improving their operating capability. MIM is now regarded as the premier professional body representing managers and business leaders in Malta and it is the main institution that equips professionals with crucial tools, methods and knowledge enabling them to meet the challenge within the market and operate profitably in today’s highly competitive business environment. The Malta Institute of Management was formed in the same year that Malta gained its independence (1964). Today, MIM has developed into a hub for the management profession in Malta. We provide managers and business leaders with opportunities to get qualified, trained, supported and offered the right networking opportunities. We offer also a consultative forum and provide guidance to prospective and existing managers.
Our mission statement
To enhance the management profession in Malta within a broad international framework focusing on developing the competence, ethics and effectiveness of managers.
ObjectivesThe Malta Institute of Management has set a number of priority objectives:
- To ensure that the Malta Institute of Management represents a wide cross-section of Malta’s Management community.
- To create the necessary structures to deliver services/activities to members.
- To develop and improve the services/activities catering for the needs of the different market segments.
- To enhance the quality image of the Institute.
- To take a pro-active stance on general issues that have a direct bearing on local management.
- To contribute to the development of a more international perspective to the Institute’s affairs, by providing tangible benefits to members in this area.
Hector J. Spiteri
Ordinary members of Council
Johann Baldacchino Romano
Joseph Ludwig Cassar
Edward Spiteri (co-opted)
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