Edward Reilly on the AMA Business Boot Camp

American Management Association is about to turn 90 years old and the information in our seminars is as tried and true as ever. Whether you’re a manager who is just starting your career or an experienced leader looking to polish your skills, you’ll find practical tips and insights in the AMA Business Boot Camp, published by AMACOM. In this program Edward T. Reilly, the book’s editor and CEO of American Management Association, explores the many popular and important topics in the book, including leadership and project management, and how they’re still relevant today.


Edward T. Reilly has been the 17th President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Management Association, International since June 2001. Ed previously served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Big Flower Holdings, Inc., a leading provider of integrated marketing and advertising services. Prior to joining Big Flower Holdings, Ed spent over 25 years with the book publishing and broadcast groups of The McGraw-Hill Companies, holding several positions. Currently, Ed serves on the following Boards: USO Metropolitan New York; Immediate Past Chairman of the USO World Headquarters Board of Governors; Co-Chairman of the USO Operation Enduring Care Campaign; Member of the North American Advisory Board of the UCD Michael Smurfit School of Business in Dublin; Fellow of the International Academy of Management; Member of the United States Advisory Board of IESE Business School, Barcelona, Spain; International Counselor of the Institute of International Education and Fellow and past Chairman of the Royal Society of Arts in the U.S..

For additional training on this topic, consider these AMA seminars:

*Developing Executive Leadership
*Collaborative Leadership Skills for Managers
*Conquering Today’s Executive Challenges

To learn more, read these AMACOM Books:

*AMA Business Boot Camp, by Edward Reilly
*12 Steps to Power Presence, by John Baldoni
*The AMA Handbook of Leadership, by Marshall Goldsmith, John Baldoni & Sarah McArthur

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