By Document Type
Succeeding in the CIVETS
Enviable growth and compelling demographics make Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Turkey and South Africa, together known as the CIVETS nations, markets to be reckoned with.
Published on January 31 2012
The invisible elephant and the pyramid treasure
This report charts the journey towards becoming a ‘transpersonal leader’, one who fully considers and acts on the needs of all stakeholders. This type of leadership is a better fit for the future, and has been developed from 13 years of experience of working with senior leaders. Also included are
CGMA case study: Navigating ethical issues
This case study places you in the role of corporate controller for a larger public company, making decisions that will not only affect your future, but the future of many others. The facts of this case cover integrity and objectivity, confidentiality, internal accounting controls, and procedures for investigating and reporting
Published on May 30 2012
Managing responsible business – a global survey on business ethics
Global research that explores the importance of business ethics, ethical performance and ethical management within organisations – a follow up to research conducted in 2008.
Published on March 07 2013
How to become one of the world’s most ethical companies
US toy and game manufacturer Hasbro has been one of the world’s most ethical companies three years in a row. Being transparent and sharing its best practices is part of its culture of ethics.
Published on March 27 2014
The future of ethics
A panel of experts discuss ethical culture, accounting for ethics, dilemmas, pressures and business issues.
Published on July 23 2012
Companies shape enterprise risk management to fit their culture
North Carolina State University brings large and small companies together to talk about the enterprise risk-management programmes that fit their corporate cultures.
Published on April 11 2012
Cost and return: Professional ethics in business
As CGMAs, CIMA members and registered students and AICPA members throughout the world have a duty to observe the highest standards of conduct and integrity, and to uphold the good standing and reputation of the profession. Research and activity i
How not to cut ethical corners as economic growth slows in emerging markets
After years of rapid growth, economies in some emerging markets have slowed, causing companies to lower their vigilance about fraud, bribery and corruption risks, according to EY research. But there are ways to better manage these risks.
Published on October 10 2013
Recession dampens effort to stem corporate corruption
A few wealthy nations stepped up efforts last year to crack down on companies that bribe foreign officials to get lucrative contracts abroad, a watchdog group reported. But most of the 39 countries that joined the crackdown launched 15 years ago have done nothing or not enough, according to the
Published on September 11 2012