A reading list from Ammar Alhassan, FCMA, CGMA, a CFO in the Middle East, explores team building, what shopping might look like in 2027, and more.
Making the finance function more efficient and useful is a priority for CFOs. Here’s what the leading finance departments have in common.
Andrea chronicles her eclectic career path, her work with AOL in the dotcom boom era and finally serving as a team member at HRC, a cause dear to her heart.
A reading list from Stefany Williams, CPA, CGMA, a not-for-profit CEO in the US, explores better worker training, why late risers aren’t lazy, and more.
The reading list of Steve Bicknell, FCMA, CGMA, financial director at SCA Group, offers insight about teamwork, blockchain, and more.
Fear of failure can hold you back from getting things done, taking up opportunities for development, and fulfilling your potential.
Amal Ratnayake, FCMA, CGMA, shares thoughts on recent articles about corporate crisis management, hacking, income inequality, and more.
August 16 at 12:00 PM EST / 5:00 PM GMT
Attend this webcast to learn how accountants can contribute to the development of strong project charters that ensure strong ROI on their organization’s project portfolio investments.
Eight tips for business to cut out fraud and corruption in the workplace
Peter Margaritis, CPA, CGMA, and Jennifer Elder, CPA/CFF, CGMA, provide advice on creating a session which connects with your audience and empowers them to act.
By checking email less often, and making regular use of the “delete” key, you can become far more efficient at work.
Myriam Madden, FCMA, CGMA, explains how removing gender pay inequality can benefit business and society as a whole.
Improve the way you present financial information with these six rules that show how to illustrate your point effectively and make an impact.
At the 2017 CIMA Annual General Meeting, deputy president David Stanford was elected as president, replacing Andrew Miskin.
November 08, Online conference
The objective of this conference is to focus on leadership, boardroom diversity, and best practices to enhance the skills and potential of women leaders within the financial community.
November 14-15, Orlando, Florida
This event addresses the responsibilities shared by controllers, across industries nationwide, for a learning experience that targets your specific goals and interests.
Companies that foster personal connections between employees have a better chance of keeping talent, especially in a job market where skilled financial professionals are highly sought.
A “Reciprocity Ring” exercise provides a setting for individuals to ask colleagues for help and information, creating a network of requesters and contributors and facilitating communication across departments.
In Japan, they call it “karoshi”: death by overworking. The government estimates that it kills hundreds of people each year through heart attacks, strokes, or suicide.
Some believe that the arrival of big data could make a more exact science of human resources, allowing artificial intelligence to better select and promote individual employees.