Excited? About an exam? Seriously? Yes, seriously.
Corporate culture is an amorphous concept. We all experience its effects and have an implicit understanding of what is being referred to, but it’s difficult to pin down.
This CGMA Case Study illustrates what this Fortune 100, member-owned, life and health provider refers to as their Pinwheel Framework.
The market has spoken and the CGMA Competency Framework is on its way to becoming a benchmark for the management accounting profession.
One of the most useful things I have been taught is always to ask, ‘What’s missing? What has been left out?’ I’ve always found this to yield some useful insights.
There are many demands on a company when considering their value chain. Managing risk and reputation can often be the most challenging.
There has been a lot of buzz lately around an “employability crisis.” The recent report released by McKinsey & Company shows that employers are having difficulty finding the right talent.
The move from the back room to the boardroom was a central theme during my recent week-long tour of Austin, San Antonio and Dallas.
Collaboration is paramount for business success, in the face of unprecedented change in the nature of business relationships.
There is now increasing recognition that value creation needs to be considered much more broadly to reflect both tangible and intangible assets.