New for 2020! CMA-ICTM
RESULTS-BASED CERTIFICATION WITH IMMEDIATE ROI!
Certified Management Analyst Program
“Our Certified Management Analyst - Internal Consulting program is a fast, inexpensive, and low-risk path to exceptional ROI for your managers, leaders, and Talent Development program.”
Enroll your managers in our Management Analyst Certification Program. They will apply 28 standardized procedures and 75+ decision support tools designed around the world's best management system framework to measure and boost organizational performance. They will become Internal Consultants.
Our CMA-ICTM is the most advanced and effective model for developing organization managers and leaders into internal consulting champions, armed with a proven framework, knowledge, standards, and tools for boosting the organization's financial, market, customer, operations, and workforce results to high-performance levels required in today's competitive climate.
What is unique about our CMA-ICTM program is that our certification is earned only through the actual implementation of our standards and the application of our decision support tools to measure and boost performance.
When CMA-ICTM program standards and tools are implemented and results boosting is well underway, your managers are certified by the OE21 provider organization.
As your leaders and managers earn their CMA-ICTM they measure and boost key organization results, including the results appearing in the OE21 Results Excellence Dashboard shown here.
OE21 Results Excellence Dashboard
Certified Management Analysts measure and boost key results shown on the above dashboard. These key results get all leaders and managers aligned and engaged in boosting performance, and working to achieve these outcomes:
Higher financial and market performance
Process cycle time and cost of goods sold fall (more profit)
Customer-perceived value of your products & services rises
High-Quality products and services are created, produced, and delivered
Managers and leaders become more focused on results!
Employee disengagement rates fall (engagement rises)
Worker turnover and absenteeism rates fall (higher workforce retention and satisfaction)
Why should ordinary managers become Certified Management Analysts?
Higher Salaries and Job Outlook. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the outlook for future management jobs is very good with higher than average salaries and job outlook for management occupations - especially Management Analysts. See Management Analyst pages in the BLS Occupational Outlook Handbook.
Getting Ahead of Job Competitors. Many people are competing for organization management jobs. To succeed against the army of competitors for these great jobs, managers need to differentiate themselves from the majority by showing that they are more valuable to the organization than most others.
Our Answer: Become a CMA-ICTM
Suppose I am an ordinary manager. What's in it for me?
Globally, there are over 300 million organization managers. About 18.5 million of these managers are in the USA. Note: These statistics are from the International Labour Organization (ILO) – World Employment and Social Outlook 2020 and the U.S.A. Bureau of Labor and Standards 2020 estimates for management occupations. (Notes 1 and 2)
So how do you complete, get hired, and climb the success ladder to the senior leaders level?
Job seekers who complete our self-paced Certified Management Analyst program receive our Certification Certificate with Resume Addendum that shows everyone that you have special skills and capabilities that are of great value to the organization and its leaders. In short, you position yourself to be a better organization investment for the long term.
Sound interesting? If so, we invite you to look at our new Certified Management Analyst Program.
Next Step: Go to our CMA-ICTM Program page to learn more about our new program.
Note 1 - ILO counts 3.3 billion globally employed; Managers = 300 million using 1:10 ratio of employee to manager
Note 2 - BLS counts 151.2 million USA employed. Managers = 18.5 million (about 1:8 ratio)