The Journal of Corporate Renewal
Commemorating 15 Years of ‘A Good Thing’
Through this issue of The Journal, we are able to salute the hard work of so many that has paid off so handsomely.
The First Fifteen Years: History Includes TMA Turnaround
Founders Navigated Rough Waters to Help Shape Industry
Growing at first by fits and starts, TMA settled into a prolonged period of sustained and diversified growth that has pushed membership beyond 6,300 and the number of chapters to 32.
Increased Competition, Acceptance Characterize First 15 Years
From the black sheep of the business world to major mainstream players, the image of professionals in the corporate renewal industry has undergone a profound transformation in just 15 years.
Certification Helps Eliminate 'Question Mark'
Certification demonstrates to prospective clients a commitment to the corporate renewal industry and provides assurances that the individual is experienced and knowledgeable.
Chapter Formation Spearheaded Growth
Although TMA was established as a national organization, many members see individual chapters as providing most of the tangible value of their membership.
Solid Leadership Has Helped TMA Show the Way
TMA has benefited greatly from leaders with an unwavering commitment to building the premier professional community dedicated to corporate renewal and turnaround management.
Winning a TMA Award ‘Is No Small Feat’
There’s a lot of competition for TMA awards. The increase in the number and quality of nominations every year underscores that fact.
U.S. Restructuring: 2003 Remains Active While Economy Plods Toward Recovery
Two current TMA leaders participated in a roundtable discussion of the issues facing its professionals during 2003.
Free-Market Influence Leads to Free Fall at Enron
This book puts into plain English the many complex issues that brought about the demise of Enron, resulting in the second-largest bankruptcy in U.S. history
10 Tips for Making the Most of Your Convention Experience
How do you make the most of your convention experience, both personally and professionally?
Why Not the Best?
Many, many volunteers have contributed to starting and improving TMA’s programs.