North West Region: Farewell to treasurer

June 2005
Management Services;Summer2005, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p7
Academic Journal
This article reports on the first meeting of the North West region board members of the Institute of Management Services at St. James's Avenue in Bolton, England on April 16, 2005. Updates were made by the education and liaison officer, secretary and PR officer. Due to personal reasons, treasurer Alan Morrison offered his resignation to the Board. The chairman of the institute, together with all board members present, wished Alan well for the future, noting his good service to the region over the years. Discussion then focused on Board finance, current education policies and the examination re-structuring, the register of North West members and the planning and scheduling of future board programmes for the region.


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