The AAMO Young Managers' Program is an experiential learning program set in Macau and Hong Kong to provide the opportunity for a group of young managers to advance their leadership skills through training, workshops and visits to various companies in the region.
Participants are members of AAMO Member organisations who have applied to and have been nominated by their respective organisation.
AAMO Young Managers' Program 2017: 6 - 10 November 2017
Organized by Macau Management Association (MMA) and Asian Association of Management Organisations (AAMO), the Young Managers’ Program 2017 was held from November 6 to 10. A group of 18 delegates visited The Peninsula Hong Kong, DBS Bank (Hong Kong) Limited, Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited and Hong Kong Trade Development Council. We had the honor of having Mr. Patrick Lee, Chief Executive Officer of Inchcape Greater China and Ms. Crystal Hung, founder and Group Managing Director of Chocolatier and Spa Formula Ltd. to share their stories and experiences with the participants on innovative leadership and business start-ups at a CEO talk. The seminar provided insights through interesting examples, broadening the horizons of the participants. The delegation also had a chance to join the Macau cultural tour and leisurely explore some of the World Heritage sites and unveil their wonderful stories. Young managers come from the National Management Organisations of Australia, Hong Kong, India, Macau, Malaysia, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
AAMO Young Managers' Program 2016: 7-11 November 2016
Held on the 7-11 November, the Program involved a group of 24 delegates, all of which were nominated by their respective national management organisations (AAMO Members) from Australia, Hong Kong, India, Macau, Malaysia, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Pakistan took part.
This year's program involved industrial visits to Hyatt Hotels Corporation (Asia Pacific), Cathay Pacific Airways, the Hong Kong Exchange and Clearing Limited. The event was also graced by the presence of Dr Alan Lam, one of the 'Hong Kong Ten Outstanding Young Persons 2015', who shared his experience and know-how on business start-ups.
AAMO Young Managers’ Program 2015: ‘Leading Strategic Change’ 9-13 November 2015
AAMO Young Managers Program was held last month under the banner of“Leading Strategic Change”. This year’s program was all about experiential learning and cultural awareness.Participants from Australia, Hong Kong, Nepal, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Macau travelled between Macau and Hong Kong partaking in corporate visits to the head offices of Pacific Andes International Holdings, MRTR Corporation Limited, the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation and a hands-on visit to Dragon Airlines. The young delegates even got to experience in-cabin dining whilst their feet remaining firmly on the ground within the cabin of a training aircraft.
Executives from the four companies were able to share their valuable strategic experiences and ideas with our young managers, providing new and valuable insight into the daily running of these large enterprises. Topics ranged from sustainable business practices, new leadership concepts, insights into education, management and investment.
AAMO would like to extend gratitude to both MMA and the Macau Government for their ongoing support in enabling this exciting program to flourish. This program provides young managers the chance to network and share their own experiences with not only more senior managers across a diverse cultural background but across an international corporate scale.
MMA had organized a study visit for AAMO Young Managers on 4 to 9 December. The delegation was arranged to visit Amway (China); Bright Dairy; THORN Lighting; Techtronic Industries (TTI) and Venetian Macau. Through this opportunity, participants have more understandings of the recent development of Pearl River Delta and the successful stories of these enterprises. The program has attracted 25 young managers from NMOs like New Zealand, Pakistan, Australia, India, Mongolia, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Macau.