The Australian Management Capability Index (AMCI) provides an opportunity for CEO’s and senior executives to track management performance over time and contributes to building a longitudinal profile of management capability in Australia and overseas.
The AMCI is based on a self-assessment of ten key drivers of management capability that contribute to sustainable performance. Each driver is comprised of several statements or subcategories against which an index is made.
Key Findings from the 2016 AMCI
This year’s research reveals scope for Australian Managers to lift their performance. The overall AMCI is 68.7 of a potential rating of 100.
Australian CEO’s and senior managers assess their organisations as being most capable in:
- Integrity and Corporate Governance (82.9)
- Financial Management (76.1)
- External Relationships (72.9)
They assess their organisations as least capable in:
- Organisational Capability (63.6)
- Innovation – Products & Research (65.2)
- People Leadership (65.8)
Download the full reports
- AMCI 2016: Full Report | Key Findings
- AMCI 2015: Full Report | Key Findings
- AMCI 2014: Full Report | Key Findings
- AMCI 2013: Full Report | Key Findings
- AMCI 2012: Full Report | Key Findings
Would you like to participate?
The 2017 AMCI survey will open again in July 2017. Self-assess your organisation on the ten key drivers of management capability and help us learn more about the current state of management capability in Australia. Register your details today!
Please direct any questions relating to AIM Research to firstname.lastname@example.org.