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Five likely threats that should keep global leaders up at night
Threats that keep top experts and high-level leaders up at night are the risks that are beyond any one company or even one nation to handle. A report from the 2013 World Economic Forum lists the most likely ones with the biggest damage potential.
Published on February 25 2013
Adopting the Principles
The purpose of the Global Management Accounting Principles© is to support CEOs, CFOs and boards in benchmarking and improving their management accounting functions. The Principles provide a reference for all managem
Ethical culture change at Siemens: a case study
Siemens is a globally operating technology company with core activities in the fields of energy, healthcare, industry and infrastructure. This case study investigates how following scandal, Siemens turned its business around by embedding strong corpora
Identifying fraud, waste, and abuse in the supply chain
Many companies worldwide struggle to get a handle on fraud, waste and abuse risks in the supply chain. A Deloitte fraud investigator offers seven questions that may lead accountants to breaches.
Published on October 14 2014
Implementing an effective corporate ethics policy
These steps can help companies ensure that their ethics policy becomes embedded in the company culture.
Published on June 13 2014
The most business-friendly countries off the beaten path
Small and mid-size companies looking for business-friendly markets overseas could check out a World Bank report that tracks regulatory reform efforts in 185 countries. Many of the top improvers are rarely found among up-and-coming economies.
Published on November 22 2012
Responding to ethical dilemmas: CGMA ethics resources
This tool provides links to resources to help CGMAs navigate ethical dilemmas and respond in a manner that upholds their professional standards..
Published on May 30 2012
Combating corruption across the value chain
There is a global demand for increased transparency in order to prevent corruption and improve fair and competitive conditions for business. As international efforts to combat corruption intensify, organisations must have effective internal compl
Published on May 21 2014
Dan Crumb CPA, CGMA: gameplan for a successful finance team
NFL Kansas City Chiefs' CFO, Dan Crumb on how his CGMA skill set helps ensure the sustainability of the football franchise.
Published on November 08 2013
Struggling European nations seen as more corrupt, report shows
Transparency International’s annual Corruption Perception Index shows that several countries in the Mediterranean region – including Greece and Italy for mainly financial reasons and Egypt for political ones – are seen as being more corrupt.
Published on December 06 2012