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 practical guide is designed to help senior executives and staff quickly and easily gain an understanding of their organisation’s business model.
Find out how your skillsets, organisational role and ethical commitment place you at the forefront of SDG planning and implementation.
The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants launches guidance to help organisations achieve the United Nations’ Sustainability Goals
New guide highlights the impact management accountants have on business sustainability.
Beyond attracting investors, good information about value creation can improve stakeholder relations, as explored in the results of this global survey.
The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants welcomes shift towards principles based regulation. The Association looks forward to working with the UK Financial Reporting Council (FRC) to address the trust deficit in business and create a revised code fit for companies, investors and the public at large.
Management Accountant pay is performing well against low global inflation, with 82 per cent of CGMA designation-holders expecting a pay rise in the year ahead.
Unprecedented CPD resources for the turbulent world. Now available at the CGMA Store.
My latest research and report: Redressing the balance: How management accountants drive sustainable corporate strategies was inspired by an article in national UK newspaper, The Guardian.
The report includes a useful guide on the four key ways that CGMAs can influence sustainable decisions.
Integrated reporting is far more than just a reporting framework, as it helps a company create value as well as tell the story of how value is created more effectively in order to win trust and secure reputation.
The CGMA Integrated Thinking briefing explores how Integrated Reporting can help drive competitive advantage.
Find out how to implement natural capital accounting with five practical recommendations for CGMAs.
Sustainable thinking can reduce costs and future-proof against risks such as resource scarcity and reputation impacts.
There are many demands on a company when considering their value chain. Managing risk and reputation can often be the most challenging.
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 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%.