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  • Report visualisation: from concept to deployment

    This report analyses how multimedia technology is providing insight around business performance and improving the speed of decision making through graphically presenting patterns, trends and correlations.

  • Six rules to delivering a powerful financial presentation

    Public speaking, the number one fear of most people, can be overcome. Analyse one of the key soft skills that accountants need to possess in order to engage stakeholders and help decision making.

  • Keeping business clean: a CGMA guide to countering fraud and corruption

    This briefing report outlines recent developments and trends on fraud and corruption globally and the role of the management accountant in helping establish best practice in their organisation. It offers guidance to a range of resources and reading materials.

  • CGMA Cybersecurity Tool

    Cybersecurity is one of the central issues and risks in today’s global economy. Cyber attacks are no longer a question of if, but a question of when.

  • CGMA Business model global consultation

    Business models are often misunderstood and lack consistency. Most businesses use the term ‘business model’ but do not follow any particular processes or frameworks in order to create and manage them. Our work intends to change this.

  • Cost Transformation Model

    The CGMA cost transformation model is designed to help businesses to achieve and maintain cost competitiveness.

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Responding to ethical dilemmas: CGMA ethics resources

This tool provides links to resources to help CGMA professionals navigate ethical dilemmas and respond in a manner that upholds their professional standards.

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Ethical reflection checklist

This checklist is designed to provide organisations and individuals with an overview of how well ethical practices are embedded in the business. With the importance of ethics and non-financial reporting rising on the global agenda, organisations not only need to be managing their business responsibly, but increasingly, they are being required to demonstrate it too.

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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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2010 lectures: Stephen Green lecture

7 July 2010: Stephen Green, then Group Chairman of HSBC. Now Lord Green, UK Government Trade Minister.

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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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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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2011 president's dinner: sustainable business practices

Peter Voser, CEO of Royal Dutch Shell, gave the keynote speech at the 2011's president's dinner, highlighting the need for businesses to practice corporate social responsibility.

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Climate change calls for strategic change

CIMA and its members are well positioned to help ensure that organisations both survive, and are successful, in light of climate change issues.

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