The framework is comprised of four knowledge areas — technical, business, people and leadership — with competencies defined at four levels: foundational, intermediate, advanced and expert.
The Institute of Risk Management, supported by CGMA, has launched a new report which explores risk management in the context of cyber risk.
Featuring Gregory Case, AON CEO and President, and panelists Lisa Westlake of Moody's, Prem Parameswaran of Jefferes & Co. Inc., and Erika Karp of Cornerstone Capital, Inc.
NFL Kansas City Chiefs' CFO Dan Crumb on how his CGMA skill set helps ensure the sustainability of the football franchise.
Who is responsible for your company's reputation? Increasingly reputation management is outside the control of the marketing and leadership team.
In today’s business environment it is more important than ever that organisations understand their business model, and are ready to adapt it to counter external threats.
Risk abounds in business. As the recent series of CGMA outputs highlight not identifying or mitigating risk in your business can have serious repercussions.
With my ‘governance specialist’ hat on, I’ve had the good fortune to meet and even work alongside some of the big names in British industry.
This tool, based on a report from the AICPA, CIMA and CPA Canada, draws together case studies and key lessons from small businesses across the UK, US and Canada.
The Boardroom and Risk, a report from London-based think tank Tomorrow's Company, shows how boards can better understand their risk exposure.
One has to wake up in the morning and be only conscious for a few minutes before the realization hits that chaos is awaiting. A hectic start to our days may involve wearing many hats and problem solving.
A look at some of the forces driving business model innovation at some of the world's leading companies.
Scenario planning provides a structured method for managers to evaluate alternative views of what may happen in the future as an aid to strategic, operational, and financial planning.
A risk heat map is a tool used to present the results of a risk assessment process visually and in a meaningful and concise way.
Enterprise risk management (ERM) is the process of identifying and addressing methodically the potential events that represent risks to the achievement of strategic objectives.
Find the right tools to support your organisation and learn how to implement and manage them effectively.
New report from AICPA and CIMA reveals how finance professionals at Coca-Cola, Royal Dutch Shell and other global innovation leaders help to drive new advancements.
Learn how management accountants can help promote a culture of creativity and renewal.
Swee Leng, FCMA, CGMA, CFO of Kraft Foods China, discusses innovation around the world and how risk provides an opportunity for organisations especially in tough times.
Imagine you are being pressured by a manager to allow a batch of goods to go into the market even if there are some quality concerns. What would you do?