The concept of ‘value’ has been much debated in the CIMA office – our recent CGMA business models report looked at some of the different ways in which businesses create and drive value.
When did you last think about your organisation’s business model? In today’s dynamic environment, business models must change and adapt in order to deliver sustainable value.
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.
Last week telecommunications Giant Orange admitted to errors in its CSR report. Their 2012 CSR report claimed a 36% water reduction, when in fact total water consumption increased by nearly 8%.
The concept of Shared Value creation is widely being recognised as of growing importance for organisations looking to create a sustainable business model.
CIMA's integrated reporting (<IR>) specialist Nick Topazio gives an outline to the concepts behind <IR>.
Learn how business model analysis can be used to improve business performance and manage, use and build resilience into your business model.
Global commentators look at the findings of the CGMA Managing Responsible Business report.
This report, illustrated with case studies, explores the concept of Shared Value creation and will be useful to CGMAs working in organisations adopting more sustainable business practices.
This tool is intended to assist in performance managing the sustainability of organisations.
Adapting to environmental factors will impact how you compete in a changing economic landscape. This tool provides a mechanism to record where further action needs to be taken.
Water is a finite resource. CGMA designation holders have the skills, such as risk management, analytics and forecasting, to help their companies create sustainable business models.
When I got up this morning, I had a shower, filled my kettle with fresh water from a tap, and walked through the rain to my office, where a water cooler provides drinking water all day.
A global CIMA research programme has found that an evolutionary change has been occurring in the finance function