Podcast: Edward Reilly on the AMA Business Boot Camp

Photo of Edward T. Reilly, author of AMA Business Boot Camp and CEO of American Management AssociationEdward T. Reilly, CEO of American Management Association and editor of AMA Business Boot Camp: Management and Leadership Fundamentals That Will See You Successfully Through Your Career recently spoke about the relevance of leadership and project management on an American Management Association podcast.

American Management Association is about to turn 90 years old and the information in our seminars is as relevant as ever. Whether you’re a new manager who is just starting out or ax experienced leader who wants to refresh their skills, there’s something useful in the AMA Business Boot Camp, published by AMACOM. Edward T. Reilly, the book’s editor and CEO of American Management Association, talks to us about the many popular and important topics in the book, including leadership and project management, and how they’re still relevant today.

Listen to the AMA Edgewise podcast here.

Jacket image, AMA Business Boot Camp by Edward T. ReillyEdward T. Reilly is president and CEO of American Management Association, a leading global not-for-profit, membership-based management development, research and publishing organization. Reilly previously served as president and chief executive officer of Big Flower Holdings, Inc. Prior to that, he spent over 25 years in a variety of senior executive positions with the broadcast and book publishing groups of The McGraw-Hill Companies.

Want to listen to more interviews with AMACOM authors on the AMA Edgewise podcast? Click here.


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