- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at AIIM International full-time (More than a year)Negative OutlookDisapproves of CEONegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO
Ability to work at home most of the time.
No micro management (at least in my department)
In office lunch sometimes on Wednesday's
Great location in Downtown Silver Spring
Some great people to work with.
No career advancement opportunities.
Products and courses have little or no value to IT professionals.
Not willing to spend money on the correct IT infrastructure.
Management not being able to adapt to new learning environments
Some people lack professionalism
No defined work culture
No project management, therefor projects are often thrown together.
Aiim has the potential to be a quantity non-profit. However its time for new people in management position, clear direction of the courses and products and a defined corporate culture. Projects are often thrown together at the last minute making for impossible deadlines.
Advice to Management
Its time to have a clear direction for the training, membership and IT. Might be time for older senior management to step aside and infuse younger more motivated people in their places.
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AIIM International can't improve the way you look, but it can help with your image management. The nonprofit (whose name stands for Association for Information and Image Management) connects users with suppliers who can help them apply document and content technologies to improve their internal processes via the enterprise content management system. It also offers professional development, networking, and vendor services. In addition, AIIM International publishes magazines, hosts conferences, and lobbies government on behalf of its members. The organization was founded in...