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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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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.

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The changing role and mandate of finance

Learn about the importance of an evolving mindset and the implications for finance professionals in this future of finance research paper.

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Cost Transformation Model

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

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2011 study of Sri Lanka accounting standards

Sri Lanka will be adopting the international financial reporting standards issued by the International Accounting Standard Board (IASB) on 1 January 2012.

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Local perspectives - South East Asia

The ever-changing global business environment affects regions in different ways. CIMA offices in South East Asia have conducted workshops and roundtables to discuss the emerging issues facing business to gather a local perspective and how these should be addressed.

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Using analytics to reduce days sales outstanding

This paper, produced by Infosys in association with CIMA, alerts finance professionals to new ways of using data to improve cash flow and ensure the value of the organisation is maintained.

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Tomorrow's Risk Leadership: Delivering risk resilience and business performance

The transformation of the risk function requires a strong executive voice of risk to help drive the success of the business. This guide explores the case for the appointment of a senior risk leader to support the board and to manage today’s and tomorrow’s risk agenda.

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Governmental financial resilience under austerity: English local authorities

The increased uncertainty, volatility and complexity arising from the economic crisis and the context of austerity require governments to put greater emphasis on flexibility, adaptability and a long-term perspective in their financial management.

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Risk culture in financial organisations

Interest in the cultures of organisations and their effects on management practices goes back many years and there is an extensive body of scholarship on this topic. Yet this interest has increased dramatically since 2008. Furthermore, a new twist in the vocabulary of culture has taken place, with companies, advisors and regulators now seeming to have a specific focus on something called ‘risk culture.’

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Curb your enthusiasm: corporate risk assessment of Web 2.0

Recent research in the UK has measured the frequency and average cost of information security incidents. It’s sobering to realise that very large companies are almost guaranteed to have such an incident every year, at an average cost for the worst incidents of over £1million.

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