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.
Find out how your skillsets, organisational role and ethical commitment place you at the forefront of SDG planning and implementation.
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 tool provides links to resources to help CGMAs navigate ethical dilemmas and respond in a manner that upholds their professional standards.
Revenue and cash receipts are two critical areas requiring strong controls to prevent intentional fraud or unintentional misstatements. This webcast is designed to help you develop a system to meet the needs of your organization.
The Association and the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants have entered into a collaboration to increase co-operation and shared resources for their members.
This paper highlights some of the recent developments and trends related to anti-corruption and fraud prevention that can help CGMA designation holders to champion better business for the long term.
Unprecedented CPD resources for the turbulent world. Now available at the CGMA Store.
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.
This report will provide a starting point for any organisation seeking to establish an ethical culture, where the aim is to have shared understanding of the types of behaviors that are expected and acceptable.
The 2015 managing responsible business report highlights three clusters of critical questions that organisations should address to manage responsible business.
Tanya Barman, Head of Ethics at the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, discusses the recent results of the Managing Responsible Business survey and the ethical challenges organisations must navigate to succeed.
This CGMA report draws on insight from nearly 2,500 CGMA designation holders and CIMA students working in both private and public sectors to review how the ethical landscape has changed since 2012.
Businesses that want to succeed in the long term have to reflect upon ethical challenges in their own operations. They must take action to avoid integrity risks.
In honour of CIMA past president Anthony Howitt, a lecture took place on Wednesday, June 3rd 2015 on the topic of trust in organisations today.
Ethics is a growing priority for business leaders but they are struggling to embed an ethical culture. To fully embed an ethical culture, organisations must improve training, communication and leadership.
A recent survey of CGMAs around the world found that business leaders are increasingly recognising the need for ethical performance, and its impact on the bottom line.