Try these suggestions for staying connected and making your professional journey more meaningful and successful.
Find out if you’re ready for the next big step in your career by assessing your management readiness and skills.
Lorna Winston-Blanks shares insights on diversity and inclusion based on her experiences as an African American woman in accounting.
Membership with IMA provides access to a wealth of tools and resources to help you develop your leadership skills.
As the new year begins, IMA Chair Marc Palker offers five career-advancing actions to add to your list of resolutions.
The fifth installment of the Women’s Accounting Leadership Series was held in October at Pace University in New York City.
It isn’t easy to network and promote yourself when you’re introverted. But commitment and practice will pay off.
An IFAC report outlines how accounting professionals are well-placed to help overcome crucial sustainability challenges.
Develop a multicultural mind-set and become a more effective, engaging leader with these 9 tips to address cultural challenges.
A recent survey looks at the importance of technical skills vs. soft skills when hiring accounting and finance candidates.
Daniel Prosser’s book, Thirteeners, addresses ways to connect employees to the company’s vision and strategic plans.
Serving on the board of his local IMA chapter and at the regional and global levels provides this IMA member with valuable experience.
Understanding what makes them tick can lead to better strategies for monitoring their work and providing feedback.
A servant leader helps nurtures and develop the skills and careers of others to create a winning environment for everyone.
A recent survey by IMA looks at company strategies for hiring and retaining Millennials.
Which schools are the best at preparing students to pass the CMA exam?
10 tips to help avoid the most common job search and interviewing mistakes.
When leading a team in pressure situations, these five qualities can ensure better communication and understanding among team members.
The book "Strategic Connections" will help those people who find networking difficult in the first place.
What do you need to know beyond balancing a budget or completing a month-end report? These five skills are important for success.
Like redwood seeds, students need to be nurtured in conditions that will help them grow into strong, towering leaders.
Accounting in the Headlines is an accounting education blog that provides real-life examples to use in introductory accounting courses.
The educational resources available online make it easier than ever for management accountants to enhance their skill set and knowledge.
IMA’s Campus Influencers program offers students career insights, including how IMA and the CMA certification can support their careers.
The new IMA Accounting Honor Society provides students with an entry to professional and academic communities.
The IMA Leadership Experience gives selected students an inside look at the workings of the IMA Global Board of Directors.
True leaders are always willing to face challenges and help their team overcome obstacles.
A review of Bruce Piasecki’s book "Doing More with Teams: The New Way to Winning."
MA’s top thought leaders are sharing the best career advice they’ve ever received, which helped shape them into the professionals they are today.
For Adrien Dubourg, IMA and the CMA certification have played an integral role in his career development.
A leader who demonstrates accountability, confidence, initiative, and flexibility will be prepared to overcome uncertainty.
Taking a few minutes out of your busy schedule can keep you focused on your goals in life and business.
Align the efforts of HR and Accounting by incorporating the role of employees into the business strategy.
A Bentley University study examines the effectiveness of CFOs with accounting backgrounds.
A look at companies’ efforts to improve the diversity of their boards of directors and workforces.
Never underestimate the power of face-to-face interaction when building relationships.
A novel shows how to apply business school lessons to real-life business situations.
The Women’s Accounting Leadership Series generates advice to get more women into accounting and finance leadership roles.
Susan Hohenleitner, Ann Dennison, and Leslie Seidman share the strategies that helped them become successful leaders in their field.
Teaching right from wrong isn’t always straightforward. These strategies can help you provide lasting lessons for students and professionals.
Leadership is more than technical mastery. These eight traits will help you lead with character.
Gamification can help train employees, engage customers, and achieve organizational goals.
Good management accountants are just as important to business as good referees are to sports.
Being nice and being successful aren’t mutually exclusive. Together, they can lead to even better results.
An effective CFO provides insight into processes and foresight into the business.
Write clear and compelling communication that drives action.
You don’t need a managerial or supervisory title to be a leader. Practice these behaviors to become a leader in any role.
Contest winners share their experiences and insights gained from their mentoring sessions.
Would you go back to work for a previous employer?
A Continuous Integration of Learning and Strategy model can help maximize employee development and improve performance.
This year’s global survey finds a small decline in compensation, but the CMA continues to provide a strong premium.
Often viewed as a broken system, performance appraisals can help staff and management when done respectfully and thoughtfully.
Great leaders demonstrate accountability, show great vision, and inspire transformational change.
IMA® (Institute of Management Accountants) surveyed senior finance professionals to find out how satisfied they are with their work-life balance.
Many companies make the same mistakes over and over again in the hiring process.
Work-life balance is as rare as a unicorn sighting these days. Strive for work-life harmony instead.
Follow this strategy to quickly develop relationships in a new position and build influence.
Have you ever considered a move to academia? Teaching part-time is a win-win for students and for you.
College students gathered at IMA’s Annual Student Leadership Conference to learn about the valuable tools available to them and to network.
Five IMA Young Professional members participated in the IMA Global Board of Directors meeting in October.
A new career management tool allows IMA members to assess, plan, and advance their career.
Become a better leader by recognizing who and what influenced your personal leadership style.
Decision makers want more predictive data instead of historical information. Have management accountants been slow to adapt to those needs?
IMA gives five Young Professional members a chance to experience what it’s like to be a member of the board.
It can be tough to stand out as a young accountant. These three tips can help.
Bridget Kaigler’s “It” was to earn a prestigious certification to stand out from her peers. What’s yours?
Powerboats require one driver, whereas sailboats require a team of sailors led by a captain. How you lead determines the wake you leave behind.
Meetings don’t have to be boring. Follow these tips to better engage your audience.
IMA offers many resources to help students develop skills and enhance their career.
Lead your team to success by navigating through the four levels of team performance.
Linda Hill, author and Harvard Business School professor, discusses what it takes to be a great innovation leader.
History can teach us a lot about the best way to manage project risk.
Penn State is implementing the Corporate Control and Analysis Certificate Program for accounting students interested in careers outside public accounting.
Face-to-face interaction is still the most effective and valuable tool for networking.
Incorporating digital tools and techniques into ethics education provides a learning experience more in line with how today’s students learn.
This nine-step plan shows students how they can complete the CMA and CPA exams within six months of graduating college.
The advisor to one of the largest IMA student chapters describes how to create a successful, thriving student chapter.
Outstanding students can spark successful careers with the IMA Accounting Honor Society (IAHS) and the IMA Leadership Experience.
Hallie D’Agostino talks about her experience preparing for and passing the CMA exam while still a student in college.
The Practical Drucker explores the teachings of the most influential businessman in history: Peter Drucker.
The “String of Pearls” system for implementing strategy helped turn a struggling company into a leader in its industry.
Evan Gallagher tells us about the rewarding experiences he had creating and leading an IMA student chapter.
Like fans handing out water to runners in a marathon, IMA provides you with career support during your career journey.
STYLE is an acronym for the five components essential for leadership success. Learn how to create your own.
"Do More Great Work" contains helpful maps to help you become more productive.
Boost the impact of your LinkedIn profile by following these five tips.
Randy Thomas talks about his journey from young accountant to 25-year IMA member.
A focus on problem solving, perspective, and trust can help you lead your team and your business to success.
Showcase your career skills and achievements on LinkedIn and other social media platforms.
As technology transforms the management accounting and finance profession, IMA will grow and adapt with it.
Respect—both showing it and earning it—is a necessary element for a successful career.
Coaching your employees helps them develop a continuous improvement mind-set.
IMA provides a number of resources to help CFOs excel in their roles as business partners.
Rosemary Amato describes how her career as a management accountant unexpectedly brought her to a public accounting firm.
Ryan Perkins shows that embracing life experiences can lead to new directions and career success.
IMA remains focused on creating value for accountants and financial professionals worldwide and improving the management accounting profession.
A lack of in-person interaction doesn’t have to be an obstacle to team success.
Since it was established in 1919, IMA’s monthly publication has grown and evolved along with the association.
When changing companies, a graceful exit and positive early impression will keep your career trajectory on track.
How does your salary compare to the salaries of IMA members around the world?
SF’s new look isn’t the only change. An enhanced Web presence means easier online access and readability.
Six key competencies can help you and your team develop exceptional financial leadership abilities.
Management accountants should take a lead role in creating high-performing, collaborative teams.