Winston Salem, NC (PRWEB) October 08, 2013
Paul Mengert, CEO of Association Management Group, Inc. (AMG), will address students at Wake Forest Law School. Mengert will discuss state and local laws and ordinances that affect homeowner and condominium associations, as well his firm’s research and findings related to enhancing small group decisions.
Mengert, a leading authority on many aspects of association governance says, "What we have learned is that different people see things differently, both literally and figuratively. When a group accepts that fact and genuinely listens to one another, results improve dramatically," Mengert explained. "Far too often groups make decisions based on first reactions, preconceived notions, or just one person’s opinion rather than relying on experts, research and respect of varying opinions."
"We have discovered a set of techniques which, if followed, almost guarantee small groups, boards and committees can make better decisions," says Mengert. Over the last several years, his management groups have been studying materials prepared by Harvard Business School and the University of Illinois.
With 6 locations in the Carolinas, AMG features state of the art management techniques as well as “hands on” customer service that have enabled AMG to obtain better than 98% overall customer satisfaction. AMG’s unique and proprietary management systems allow them to offer a consistently higher quality of service than their competition. The six independent AMG companies manage condominium, townhome, and planned unit developments from their offices in Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Research Triangle Area, Asheville and Charlotte, North Carolina, and Greenville/Spartanburg, South Carolina. AMG’s philosophy is simple: "Provide superior performance at a competitive price."
About Association Management Group, Inc. (AMG):
An effective community association must have effective management in order to protect the interests of the residents within their community, and AMG is the company to provide such management. Enforcing the rules and covenants of a planned community is no small task, and this enforcement often consumes budgets and adds undue stress to officers that help manage the community. AMG has a proven set of processes to help manage these concerns. AMG also assists community officers with contracts, insurance and a broad range of services to protect the community's interest.