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    This toolkit offers board level professionals with a greater understanding of how trust fits into their business model. The tool helps board members and C-suite professionals to look at trust in a systematic way that relates to their organisation.

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    The CGMA Competency Framework can help you equip your finance function with skills and competencies needed for sustainable success. You can use the Competency Framework to fulfil many activities as you build the human capital of your organisation, with an emphasis on the following areas: Attraction and recruitment, Performance management, Learning and development.

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    Deriving insights from a survey of executives across the globe, this report outlines trends and challenges in measuring, disclosing, and understanding the value that companies create. Executives globally agree on the increasing benefit of understanding and communicating the value creation potential of their organisations.

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    Most local government organisations believe their talent-management strategies are well defined and that they have a solid understanding of their current skills shortages and future needs. However, almost half are struggling to compete for talent with their private-sector rivals. How do local governments Find, Retain, and Sustain talent?

  • Sustainable Development Goals and the role of the accountant

    Business has a fundamental role to play in delivering against the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) requirements. Contributions will include working with stakeholders, creating jobs, enabling access to healthcare, innovating new technologies and leading the development and responsible use of resources like energy and water.

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    Reallocating priorities, creating a response plan, mapping out scenarios – here’s all you need to consider before you reopen your business and the tools to help you do it.

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    This joint report by CIMA and CIPFA (the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy) highlights case studies of transformation initiatives from around the world, identifying common barriers, such as, ‘doing more with less’, and the critical success factors which must be addressed.

  • 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.

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    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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Paul Young, CPA, CGMA

Legendary performance at 'America's most convenient bank'

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The extended value chain

Naomi Smith ACMA, CGMA, FRSA, Head of Policy Research at CIMA talks about the extended value chain.

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Justin Ye discusses innovation

CFO at Sirius Well Manufacturing Justin Ye ACMA CGMA.

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Risk reporting to the board of directors

'Risk reporting to the board of directors' focuses on best practises in reporting risk to the board.

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Rethinking the business model

CIMA’s business model considers the whole areas of co-determination and co-creation, where value sits and what value is to anyone at any moment.

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The global manufacturing sector: current issues

The manufacturing sector in many countries is in a state of transition: growing in emerging economies; shrinking but becoming more productive in advanced economies.

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Integrating management accounting systems in mergers and acquisitions

The high rate of merger and acquisition (M&A) failures, the dearth of research and the lack of explanation of the role of the management accountants in M&A integration process raises some important questions for senior financial managers charged with the responsibility of integrating the various functions and tasks inherent in the MAS integration process.

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Applying the controllability principle and measuring divisional performance in UK companies

The choice of appropriate measures of divisional managerial performance has been widely debated in management accounting literature.

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How management accounting delivers long term focus

Van den Udenhout (VdU) is a large Dutch group of car dealers. The managing director (MD) was concerned that although VdU performed quite well in terms of profits, sales volume and customer satisfaction, he believed the basis for future performance was very weak and was vulnerable to external circumstances, such as the popularity of its models and economic circumstances. The MD had the ambition to change the managers’ and employees’ focus on the dealership’s most important asset – its network of customer relations.

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