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2011 Lectures: Health, business and society

On 8 November 2011, David Brennan, chief executive of AstraZeneca, gave a powerful lecture at the latest Tomorrow’s Value lecture, at the impressive Mansion House.

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2010 lectures: Creating sustainable values

On 17 November 2010, CIMA and Tomorrow's Company hosted a lunchtime reception at the House of Lords which explored the theme 'Tomorrow's Value'.

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Qantas

The Qantas Group operates one of the world’s leading airline businesses and is one of the most renowned brands in Australia. The group has built a worldwide reputation for excellence in safety, operational reliability, engineering and maintenance, and customer service after 90 years in operation.

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Case study: Emma Blake, Pearl-Logic

Emma Blake ACMA, CGMA has had a highly successful start to her career, resulting in her being named in leading trade publication Accountancy Age’s top 35 accountants under the age of 35.

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Case study: Irelan Tam, Johnson & Johnson Medical Asia Pacific

Irelan Tam FCMA, CGMA, regional FD for Johnson & Johnson Medical Asia Pacific, began her career at Hong Kong Jardine, and moved to various accounting functions across different companies before joining Johnson & Johnson Hong Kong as accounting manager in 1992.

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2012 lectures: Tackling fear and greed in the city

Andrew Fisher, Chief Executive of wealth advisers Towry, delivered a passionate speech on executive pay and performance at the latest Tomorrow’s Value lecture at London’s historic Gresham College.

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2014 lectures: Creating value in the cities in which we live and work

On 13 March 2014, CIMA and Tomorrow's Company held an event at the Mansion House entitled 'A City of Cities, a City for Cities', exploring the need to create value in the cities in which we live and work.

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2014 lectures: Tomorrow's Generation

Held on 3 March 2013, this CIMA and Tomorrow's Company lecture discussed the youth unemployment / talent gap solution.

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Reputation – why it matters and how you can manage it

From banking to oil, technology to automobiles, industry reputations have been taking a pounding in recent years. Some were deserved, others weren’t. All had financial implications for the companies involved – and their shareholders.

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Tomorrow's corporate reporting

Corporate reporting matters: it plays an essential role in the effective functioning of the market economy. It should make an important contribution to our understanding of, and respect for, business and the financial sector as creators of value by explaining what drives that value now and in the future.

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