Joan Magretta’s delves into the ideas and concepts underlying Michal Porter’s frameworks for strategy in business.
Current financial accounting and reporting need to expand to better capture intangible assets beyond the balance sheet.
According to Deloitte, 91.2% of organizations anticipate a more central, strategic role for controllers in the future.
Richard D’Aveni presents a strategy for the United States to regain its advantage in a hypercompetitive global landscape.
An IMA survey looks at the impact that recent political changes might have on business operations outside the United States.
This framework for aligning the board of directors and C-suite can lead to improved performance that benefits all stakeholders.
In a time of political and economic uncertainty, leading CFOs share the risks their organizations might face in the coming year.
An IMA survey looks at the changes companies are making to meet the challenges associated with climate change.
An insightful examination of the best ways for healthcare providers to better measure and manage costs and value.
More than 730 board members and executives reported on the top risks their organizations will face in 2017.
The Power of Business Improvement, by Susan Page, provides a step-by-step road map for business process improvement.
First understand why you’re innovating before worrying about how. Then use a three-stage model of Architect, Execute, and Optimize.
The Brexit adds uncertainty for companies that operate in the U.K. and EU, potentially creating new risks and opportunities.
For companies to survive and thrive in the coming years, they need to view sustainability as a major driver of innovation.
Get better results with a thorough understanding of the human capital involved and plans to address people-associated risks.
A strategic CFO is able to manage the present while focusing innovation efforts on creating value for the future.
Philips is implementing company-wide visualization reporting standards, leading to productivity gains and greater insights.
Fully integrate risk management into your core management accounting practices.
Jeff Thomson sits down with the recent IMA Distinguished Advocate Award recipient to catch up on Kaplan’s latest activities.
Controllers can advance their organizational role by delivering insight, gaining buy-in, and elevating the skills within the company.
For Lean companies, value stream costing and work-cell metrics provide a better alternative for managing production control.
Align the efforts of HR and Accounting by incorporating the role of employees into the business strategy.
Gamification can help train employees, engage customers, and achieve organizational goals.
Finance, HR, and IT can work together to break out of silos and transform the administrative services within an organization.
Some old, familiar themes are again at the forefront of CFOs’ concerns this year.
An active board of directors that solicits independent contrary opinions can help avoid disastrous results.
TD Bank’s annual CFO Survey finds some optimistic outlooks for 2016.
The authors of The Innovation Paradox explain how your company can act like a Startup Corporation to achieve breakthrough innovation.
Create the optimal innovation elixir for your business.
Linda Hill, author and Harvard Business School professor, discusses what it takes to be a great innovation leader.
The “String of Pearls” system for implementing strategy helped turn a struggling company into a leader in its industry.
Transform the planning, budgeting, and forecasting practices in your company into powerful tools for better decision making and strategy execution.
Companies face a variety of different risks around the world. Identification and assessment remain critical components to success.
Your organization’s risk management plans should include nine essential elements that challenge the status quo.
COSO and ISO RM/IC frameworks can help manufacturers succeed.
To become a High-Performance Learning Organization requires the right mix of people, processes, and environment.
Preparation and monitoring mean survival.
Integrating your sustainability and ERM processes provides a framework for a viable long-term strategy.
Six key competencies can help you and your team develop exceptional financial leadership abilities.