Strong leadership and effective planning and execution can help companies execute large-scale business transformations.
The economic environment and corporate culture helped create an environment conducive to ethical scandals and fraud.
A study finds that managers consider public perceptions when deciding whether they should participate in earnings management.
Put together a team that makes the most of its talent by categorizing your accountants by these important behaviors.
Ginger White, Chair of the IMA Global Board of Directors, discusses some of the great leaders she’s worked with in her career.
Volunteering is an opportunity to give back and a chance to practice leadership skills and diversify your views.
Pressure to violate ethics guidelines has increased and issues like fraud and abuse remain problems in business.
IMA continues to uphold its commitment to the core value of innovation and continuous improvement within the profession.
Creating a database of personal and business contacts begins with storing unique names for each contact.
A new set of powerful array functions in Excel can be used to solve problems and simplify complicated formulas.
Regardless of the size or reach of your organization, you can tailor a diversity and inclusion program that adds value.
There are a number of ways the new revenue recognition rules could impact small businesses that use IFRS or U.S. GAAP.
The limitations on state and local property tax deductions introduced by the TCJA continue to be a point of contention.
This month: Google’s smartphones Pixel 3 and Pixel 3X, the Razer Phone 2, Google Home Hub, and Kobo’s Forma eReader.
Accountants who prioritize quality protect company assets, keep the organization running, and create long-lasting value.
CFOs not only need to be stewards, operators, and catalysts in today’s companies, but strategists, too. The CSCA can help.
The problem with data libraries is that they depend on short-lived hardware and are vulnerable to attack.
A CMA in Kuwait shares some of his fondest experiences from throughout the 13 years he has been an IMA member.
One Xavier University student took advantage of all IMA has to offer before starting graduate school.
CFO Ryohei Yanagi examines corporate governance in Japan and looks for ways Japanese companies can create greater value.
Dominic Barton has been appointed chair of the IIRC as the organization launches a new global strategic phase.
A Deloitte survey of business professionals looks at companies’ plans to implement the new, optional hedge accounting standard.
The SEC issued a final rule on disclosure simplification that includes changes to Regulations S-X and S-K.
We remember a former IMA Chair who was dedicated to preparing members for the challenges facing management accounting.
We remember a 48-year IMA member who served two terms as IMA Chair and was one of the first to earn the CMA certification.
The ICMA is proud to announce the list of IMA members who earned their CMA certification in September 2018.
An official announcement regarding an IMA member whose membership was terminated for ethics violations.
An executive order aims to expand sponsorship and adoption of multiple-employer plans for small and mid-size businesses.
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