Bryan R. Stikeleather, Assistant Professor at the University of South Carolina’s Darla Moore School of Business, has received the 2017 Greatest Potential Impact on Management Accounting Practice Award.
Rajiv D. Banker, Merves Chair and Director of the Center for Accounting and Information Technology, Fox School of Business, Temple University, has received the 2017 AAA Lifetime Contribution Award.
In order to provide finance professionals with a foundation on which to develop their approach to BCM, a new CGMA tool called “Business Continuity Management: Key Strategies and Processes” has now been made available.
Information overload, excessive bureaucracy, lack of trust and incentives that aren’t aligned with goals were all cited as contributors to poor decision making in businesses globally.
Over 72% of Respondents Say their Finance Teams Have Become More Involved in Cyber Risk Mitigation Oversight.
"Today’s companies face a wide array of increasing and complex risks. In this environment, businesses are putting themselves in danger by neglecting or avoiding formal risk management processes, according to a new CGMA® report.
Today’s CEOs face a host of complex business challenges, including how to harness disparate streams of data to generate pragmatic insights and deliver increased profitability.
The discussion featuring Finance Leaders addresses ways to close the gap within the Accounting and Finance talent pool.
AICPA and CIMA Launch New Professional Learning and Development Website to Enable CGMAs to Meet Employers’ Needs
The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) have today launched a new professional learning and development website for Chartered Global Management Accountants® that will equip them with the competencies required to maintain and improve their employability.
New report from Chartered Institute of Management Accountants and American Institute of CPAs reveals need for new measures and structures as companies reinvent their workforces for agility.
CIMA and AICPA Release New Global Management Accounting Principles to Drive Better Organisational Decision-Making
CIMA and the AICPA today released new Global Management Accounting Principles to improve decision-making as organisations struggle with data overload.
Not properly mitigating risk when expanding to emerging markets, lacking an accurate understanding of the impact of natural capital and failing to create the proper ethical culture can all prove to be weak links in a company’s value chain.
Georgia State Professor Honoured at American Accounting Association Annual Conference.
Survey of 1,200 CEOs, CFOs and Other Management Accountants Shows Increased Responsibility, Expanded Skillset.
The framework is comprised of four knowledge areas — technical, business, people and leadership — with competencies defined at four levels: foundational, intermediate, advanced and expert.
Two of the world’s leading accountancy organisations begin international consultation on draft management accounting principles to help CFOs, CEOs, boards drive better performance.
Survey shows some CGMA designation holders already rethinking investment, borrowing and hiring strategies amid coming change in Fed leadership.
Rise of big data creates opportunity for management accountants, new report from AICPA, CIMA finds.
Survey of Chartered Global Management Accountants finds companies implementing hedging strategies, accelerating investments, forecasting lower demand in anticipation of higher rates.
Amid rising scrutiny of corporate actions, organisations more prepared to lose profit in short term to protect long-term reputations.