Work is changing. More and more tasks are becoming automated and artificial intelligence (AI) is improving. Industries are being disrupted. While change has been a constant for decades, the pace of innovation is increasing.
The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (the Association) and the Management Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association (AAA) have named Henry Friedman, Ph.D., assistant professor of accounting at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), as recipient of the 2018 Best Early Career Researcher Award.
The Methodology paper outlines the consultation questions and details the primary findings received online and within the round tables.
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.
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.
The AICPA l CIMA Competency and Learning website is a professional learning and development experience built for CGMA designation holders.
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Quality decision-making has never been more critical or more difficult. Senior finance leaders are striving to position their organizations to thrive in the short-, medium- and long-term, but they’re having to do so in a volatile, uncertain operating environment. According to a survey of 300 C-suite executives at major global
The life of Aditya Yerramilli, CPA, CFE, CGMA, has been all about risk: taking risks, mitigating risks, managing risks.
Chris Wildman narrates his story of his non traditional career path, working for a school district and why he feels passionately about the CGMA designation.
Pat Lytle, talks about his passion for teaching and mentoring young people about the importance of personal financial literacy and entrepreneurship.
Grit and Gusto <br> <i>After finishing numerous half-Ironman races, April Walker shows her spirit</i>
April draws a parallel between her life as a competitive triathlete and the skills required to succeed in the workplace.
Andrea chronicles her eclectic career path, her work with AOL in the dotcom boom era and finally serving as a team member at HRC, a cause dear to her heart.
Kathy draws a parallel between her passion for basketball and the influence it has on her leadership style and work philosophy.
Amy Vetter, CPA, CITP, CGMA, is global vice president for education and learning and head of accounting for Xero, a cloud-based accounting software provider. She oversees employees across the globe and travels extensively, meeting with customers and speaking at conferences. She is married and has two school-age children. She also
Hubert Glover’s evolutionary path, like his favorite animal the giraffe, lent him the ability to attain entrepreneurial heights out of reach to others who may only possess the technical skills of an accounting education.
Bikram Sachdeva loves salsa and bachata dancing. You might also find him capturing landscapes, skyscapes, and nature scenes with his camera during travels to Senegal, Ghana, Tanzania, Mongolia, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Jordan—countries where he’s monitored over $ 1.5 billion portfolio of projects.
Lindsey Branston, CPA, CGMA, is director of financial operations for the 70,000-member BMW Car Club of America and director of finance for the club’s charitable foundation in Greenville, S.C.