Encourage Collaboration to Prepare Indonesia to Move Through the 2023 AMA Executive Golf Tournament
The Indonesian Management Association (AMA) is proud to present the 2023 AMA Executive Golf Tournament / Photo: AMA Doc
JAKARTA – The Indonesian Management Association (AMA) is proud to present the 2023 AMA Executive Golf Tournament. The activity which was held on Sunday (5/3/2023) at Sedayu Indo Golf, Pantai Indah Kapuk was attended by 144 players from businessmen, academics, bureaucracy and top corporate executives.
The Minister of Youth and Sports Zainudin Amali joined in hitting the smoke balls as a sign of the opening of the tournament. He stated that the field of management is currently growing and dynamic. “So that AMA is really needed and it is hoped that it will contribute to the development of human resources (HR) in Indonesia so that they are better, more empowered, and of course more agile in doing various things in various professions,” he said.
General Chair of the AMA for the 2021-2025 period Alex Denni said, the aim of AMA in holding this executive golf tournament is to provide opportunities for members and stakeholders to establish networks and explore the potential for collaboration of all parties in order to build and prepare Indonesia to become a developed country.
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AMA itself, he continued, had been established since 1989 and currently has 14 branches throughout Indonesia with active members reaching 1,500 people. One of the toughest challenges for AMA, he added, is to ensure its existence remains and continues to be relevant along with the times.
“Apart from carrying out digital transformation, we must also expand our organizational targets not only to the four pillars, namely professionals, corporations and business, government, and academics, but we also embrace millennials and students,” said Alex, who has been known for more than thirty years. as a dedicated professional in the field of Human Resource Development (HR).
Since being elected as President of AMA, Alex has reorganized and consolidated the organization, one of which is by forming a new field, namely AMA Youth. Alex also ensures that all AMA members develop their insights and abilities, namely by organizing online seminars that can be attended by both AMA members and the wider community throughout Indonesia.
“We hold online seminars every Wednesday, with the organizers taking turns from the Medan, Batam, Padang, Palembang, Lampung, DKI Jakarta, Greater Tangerang, Bandung, Solo, Yogyakarta, Surabaya, Malang, Denpasar, and Makassar branches.”
The weekly seminars take themes related to Sales & Marketing, Finance & Business, Human Capital & Transformation, and Digital & Technology. Alex believes that by joining AMA Indonesia, members will have the opportunity to contribute significantly to Indonesia.
“We are grateful for the support of the sponsors, which made this tournament possible. The contribution of the sponsors really helps us to continue to build the quality of human resources, especially the development of management professionalism in Indonesia,” he added.