This briefing continues the investigation into how governments can improve performance by outlining the need for a sustainable talent management strategy.
In this issue, explore how management accountants can drive integrated thinking through improved communications; discover how we launched the Global Management Accounting Principles in its sixth language; then get up to date with the latest thinking, including an exclusive webinar on cost transformation.
Check out this quarter’s CGMA newsletter dedicated to Global Management Accounting Principles Pioneers.
Management accountants understand both financial and non-financial risks and possess analytical skills to understand the human dimension of risk on value creation. As the risk landscape continue to change, a dynamic, analytical approach will be required to develop a strong governance policy and provide insightful information to develop a holistic approach to risk management.
Beyond attracting investors, good information about value creation can improve stakeholder relations, as explored in the results of this global survey.
This briefing continues the investigation into how local governments can improve performance by using technology. It addresses the importance of implementing and communicating a digital strategy, while emphasising the role of cybersecurity.
Read how other finance professionals have improved performance with the Global Management Accounting Principles.
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.
Find out how the 14 key practice areas of management accounting helps your organisation to create value and sustain financial performance.
PAS 1919 guide to management accounting principles is designed to help you apply the global management accounting principles within your organisation, to assess your management accounting function.