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Old Mutual Group decided that strengthening customer-centred values was the key to rebounding from significant business setbacks.
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Accountants need to understand project management to better advocate for good financial and data practices.
Mobin Saulat, FCMA, CGMA, the CEO of a state gas company, figured out how to modernise a nation’s energy infrastructure.
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