About the Canadian Institute of Management

The Canadian Institute of Management is Canada's senior management association. As a non-profit organization, the Institute was established in 1942 and is dedicated to enhancing managerial skills and professional development. Currently, there are 17 branches coast-to-coast with the National Office in Barrie.

Since its inception, the Institute has helped over 55,000 managers to develop a broadly based education in management skills with a rich and diversified series of programs from individual courses to professional designation.

The Institute's programs are available through many educational institutions in cities across Canada. The programs are also available in a variety of forms and structures:

  • National accredited study programs offered through universities and colleges
  • International recognition of individual achievement
  • Contact with practicing management professionals
  • Local branch activities and services including workshops and seminars
  • Self-study programs for maximum flexibility

CIM Then and Now

At its Annual Conference, June 20-23, 2002, the Canadian Institute of Management celebrated its 60th Anniversary, and its proud achievement of fostering the development of talented managers throughout Canada. For this occasion CIM published a booklet, entitled "CIM - Then & Now - Celebrating 60 years of Excellence", a copy of which is available for downloading in PDF format below.

Click here to download the 19 page CIM Then and Now booklet in PDF format.

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