Work is changing. More and more tasks are becoming automated and artificial intelligence is improving. Industries are being disrupted. While change has been a constant for decades, the pace of innovation is increasing. The World Economic Forum predicts that 5 years from now, more than a third of skills considered
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.
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.
Improve the way you present financial information with these six rules that show how to illustrate your point effectively and make an impact.
Organisations are facing more risk than ever, whilst under public scrutiny, to manage their business responsibly. Here's a collection of CGMA resources for how to address the major gaps facing organisational ethics.
This paper explores the subject of trust within an organisation: what creates blocks to internal trust, the implications of such blocks and how to create structures that encourage stronger relationships.
As the CFO of diversified technology company Philips in Africa, Alexander Visser speaks of how they address ensuring the right information is gathered and communicated to the relevant people in the organisation.
As the Managing Director at Ushdev International Limited, one of India’s largest companies, Arvind Prasad speaks about improving the decision-making process in the organisation.