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.
Councils must transform to make every pound work harder, but need the right skills, capabilities, technology and organisational knowledge to succeed.
This briefing continues the investigation into how finance professionals and key stakeholders understand the impact of local government transformation.
This report will enable board members and CFOs to better understand their organisations current business model and how it adds long-term value.
The Methodology paper outlines the consultation questions and details the primary findings received online and within the round tables.
Discover the evolving shape of the finance function in the digital age, as described by senior executives in this future of finance research paper.
Learn about technologies that are changing the skills of finance professionals, as described by senior executives in this future of finance research paper.
This practical guide is designed to help senior executives and staff quickly and easily gain an understanding of their organisation’s business model.
Managing the Trust P&L is a toolkit designed to help board members manage trust over the long term by viewing their business model through the Lens of Trust.
This report, based on 25 interviews and roundtables globally with senior executives, shows the kinds of decisions management accountants support. It also shows how they contribute to these decisions.
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.
To guide in a time of tumultuous change, the Association has undertaken a global analysis of how organisations are building the finance function of the future.
An introduction to the Future of Finance research, the methodology used and the common themes emerging from the first phase of interviews.
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.
How management accountants can prepare businesses for the big data revolution. Russell Goldsmith is joined by the Association's, Peter Simons and Simon Jeffery at Siem Car Carriers.
Review the CGMA Business Model consultation paper and report.