AMA Self-Study helps individuals--on their own or in the classroom--to master the skills that are critical
to business and management success. Through print and audio programs, Self-Study offers a
structured approach to mastering the key skills that every manager--whether a seasoned pro or newly
promoted--needs to succeed. Self-Study courses are a portable, flexible, and cost-effective training option
that busy professionals can take on their own time and at their own pace. Our Self-Study provides the
latest management practices, real-world solutions, and the chance to gain recognition from the world leader
in management development education.
Both of Japanese and non-Japanese professionals;
- Who needs to arm himself/herself by global business standard for global strategy execution
- Who would like to obtain business terminologies as an advanced English language course
AMA Self-Study courses feature a structured, flexible design that enables individuals to master critical business
and management skills, either on their own or in a group or classroom setting. All Self-Study courses are
reviewed by subject-matter experts. Every course is designed to provide practical application that translates to
Pre- and Post-Tests
These multiple-choice assessments allow learners to establish a knowledge baseline before taking the course
and measure progress on completion.
Self-Study courses are organized into carefully structured chapters written in clear, straightforward language and
reviewed for both subject matter and pedagogical soundness. Each chapter features learning objectives tied to
section headings, exhibits, exercises, a recap, and review questions.
Chapters begin with a list of learning objectives that state the concepts and skills to be mastered.
Each objective is linked to a section heading, is summarized in the recap, and is tested in the review questions.
Tables, charts, diagrams, and lists illustrate and summarize key points from the text.
A wide range of exercises support the course content and allow learners to perform self-assessments, test their
understanding of new concepts, and practice new skills.
Think About It
These visualization exercises allow learners to apply what they learn to their own workplace situations and exper-
iences--ensuring application and retention of learning.
Each chapter ends with a recap that links to the learning objectives and summarizes chapter content.
Five self-scoring review questions conclude each chapter and allow learners to see if they've mastered the
content or need to review selected learning points.
Bibliography and Recommended Resources
For learners who wish to explore related topics in more depth, these features list a wide range of sources.
Key terms are defined in this useful reference tool.