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Redressing the balance: How management accountants drive sustainable corporate strategies
Sustainability issues affect all organisations regardless of size, presenting significant new risks as well as potential opportunities.
The challenge for organisations is how to adapt their strategies, business
Published on December 10 2014
The CGMA Integrated Thinking briefing explores how Integrated Reporting () can help drive competitive advantage.
Traditional reporting has not kept pace with the seismic shifts across today’s complex economic envi
Published on October 05 2014
Accounting for natural capital in the value chain
Find out how to implement natural capital accounting with five practical recommendations for CGMAs.
The one element on which the entire value chain depends and impacts is natural capital. Natural capital – forests, rivers, minerals, oceans,
Published on July 14 2014
Kimberley-Clark - managing natural capital in the value chain
Sustainable thinking can reduce costs and future-proof against risks such as resource scarcity and reputation impacts.
Kimberly-Clark is a leading global manufacturer of personal care products. Sustainability has always been central to these valu
Published on June 14 2014
Building resilience: an introduction to business models
In today’s business environment it is more important than ever that organisations understand their business model, and are ready to adapt it to counter external threats.
This report looks at how business models function and the facto
Published on August 05 2013
Building world class businesses for the long term
‘Building world class businesses’ looks at the debate around the role of the company in society and considers the argument for a long-term approach.
Today’s volatile economic climate has focused this debate and commentators are identifying seve
Published on May 09 2013
Sustainable business: Shared value in practice
Corporate behaviour has become synonymous with greed and self-interest. Yet some companies have adopted more inclusive strategies that also aim to benefit society. This report, illustrated with case studies, explores the concept of Shared Value creation and will be useful to CGMAs working in organisations adopting more sustainable business practices.
Published on April 16 2012
Rebooting business: Valuing the human dimension
This ground-breaking report is based upon the views of 280 CEOs from over 21 countries across the world, to understand how they viewed current global challenges and what they saw as the priorities in leading their way through them. We followed this up with in-depth interviews with 17 CEOs, chairmen
Published on January 29 2012
Thirsty planet: Business responses to water scarcity
Water is easily taken for granted. From childhood, we are amazed that the earth’s surface is roughly 70% water. Rain falls for free. We regularly encounter vast, beautiful vistas of river beds, lakes, seascapes and oceans.
In developed countries and the more advanced developing countries, turn on a tap and
Published on January 24 2012
The inside track: Partnering for value
Reducing costs and improving efficiency are widely understood and accepted as core finance responsibilities and strengths. Increasingly however, organisations are demanding finance shift up a gear and widen its reach focusing its capabilities on also creating value.
This dual focus on efficiency and also effectiveness is driving changes in the
Published on January 24 2011