This insight may be the key to navigating the age of disruption. For the management accounting and finance profession to stay ahead, we need to re-think how we develop competencies and evolve talent.
Technology is pushing people and businesses in all industries out of their comfort zones. While this needs adaptation it also craves rapid, constant, multidimensional change.
Yet, our recent UK Mind the Skills Gap research showed that a quarter (26%) of workers have not participated in any in-work learning over the past 12 months, highlighting a worrying level of career complacency. To stay ahead in the global business world, management accountants will need to remain flexible, thrive in ambiguity, be curious and increase tolerance for risk. We are here to help you get there.
Here are a number of resources available to you as part of your CIMA membership:
We are here to help you navigate these complex – and exciting – times.
Executive Vice-President, Engagement and Learning Innovation
Association of International Certified Professional Accountants