Today, organisations’ value chains - the series of steps they take to deliver their products or services - include a multitude of business relationships which impact the bottom line.
For every organisation, meeting the learning and development needs of its employees is of great importance, promoting long-term business survival and sustainable success.
Using the Competency Framework you can develop a structured approach to defining, measuring and tracking the development of competencies in the finance function.
The CGMA Competency Framework can help you to define and articulate the competencies and skillsets needed for the roles in your finance function.
This briefing continues the investigation into how finance professionals and key stakeholders understand the impact of local government transformation.
This report, based on 25 interviews and roundtables globally with senior executives, shows the kinds of decisions management accountants support. It also shows how they contribute to these decisions.
Application of the CGMA Competency Framework is flexible and determined by your organisation’s specific needs. You can use this guide whether you are yet to develop a competency framework or are planning to update an existing one.
This guide highlights the need for close alignment and cooperation between the management accounting, tax and treasury functions when making decisions on investments, funding and risk strategies.
A collection of CGMA resources for financial professionals working in government and the public sector.
This checklist illustrates a sample document with the more common issues related to the due diligence process that a seller of a company should consider.