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Now available! Topics in the 11th edition of AIM 40—Management have been updated to include new tools to help you better understand ethical decision making, updated examples of business-level strategies focusing on low cost, and new strategies for recruiting and selecting high-quality employees. Testing on new materials begins on April 15, 2020.

Understand how to effectively manage your team and processes.


  • Introduction to management
  • The manager as a person—ethics and social responsibility
  • Diversity
  • The global environment
  • Decision making
  • Planning and strategizing
  • Value chain management
  • Organizational structure, culture, control, and change
  • Motivation and performance
  • Leadership
  • Groups and teams
  • Communication
  • Organizational conflict
  • Utilizing advanced information technology

Course Level


Suggested Self-Study Time

6-8 weeks



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Each course is supported with textbooks, practice exams and more

Bottom-Line Benefits

Enhance employee satisfaction and retention.

Improve the overall performance of your team with a strong understanding of how to increase confidence and build productivity. 

Demonstrate your value to your organization.

Prove that you are a valuable asset to your organization by learning how to establish meaningful goals.

Confidently understand the bigger picture.

Establish a strong foundation within your organization by providing the next generation of leaders with essential management skills.


“Whether it is the CPCU, AU, AIM or ARM, a high-quality employee continues his or her education. These employees are the ones that get noticed and are at the front of the line for promotions...” 


Diana Van Horn, CPCU, CIC, CRM
Intermountain Regional Vice President
Unigard Insurance

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