Tony Chanmugam, FCMA, CGMA, became group finance director of British Telecom Group in 2008, during turbulent times for the company. Over the past six years, the group has undergone impressive growth. Chanmugam shares secrets of the transformation.
Bob Paladino, CPA, CGMA, outlines five skills that management accountants can learn from the best leaders and managers.
An organisation suffers when its employees refuse to step up and take a lead on projects and activities, or serve as agents for change. This quiz will help you determine whether you are a reluctant leader.
Veronica McCann, ACMA, CGMA, a former division CFO at Commerzbank in Singapore, shares tips on developing future finance leaders.
Advancing globalisation is unlocking rapid-growth markets where investors willing to take the risk can find opportunities galore.
Focusing on outcomes — rather than methods — promotes a sense of ownership, boosts performance, and fosters creativity. Mark Fritz, an adjunct professor at the IE Business School in Madrid, explains how.
Keith Goffin, a professor of innovation and new product development at Cranfield School of Management, explains the criteria by which management accountants should evaluate projects and drive innovation.
Lost in a sea of data that delivers no value? Bernard Marr, CEO of the Advanced Performance Institute, explains how to convert raw information into real business results.
Providing effective governance presents boards and management with a formidable challenge. Learn how Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. does it.
Craig Harnett, CPA, CGMA, the CFO of the National Hockey League, shares strategies he uses to engage his finance team of 44 employees in New York City and Montreal.