From the Chairman Harry Downes

November 2002
Management Services;Nov2002, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p32
Academic Journal
This article provides information on the 37th annual general meeting of the Institute of Management Services, which was held on October 4, 2002. The first resolution to be presented was the acceptance of the annual report and financial statements for 2001. The second resolution was to approve the increase in membership subscription rate for year 2003. The third resolution was the appointment of the Leftley Rowe and Co. as auditors for the accounts of the institute for the current financial year. Having concluded the official business the chairman, Harry Downes, invited members to participate in an informal discussion on matters concerning the institute. A lively discussion followed with the following points being noted for further discussion at the following council meeting. These are membership growth, added value for members, how to promote the profession, the interest in productivity and the value and benefits of examinations and qualifications.


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