IMA celebrates a century of industry innovation, leadership, and service to the management accounting community.
Clear communication, grace under pressure, and consensus-building skills are important EI skills for management accountants.
Building trust and accountability between finance and accounting and throughout the company is essential to success.
An exploration of IMA’s milestones, from the 1919 founding up past the 100,000th-member mark to today.
A consideration of management accounting’s major milestones and a look at what’s ahead with three industry leaders.
A review of the women who have led, created opportunities, and volunteered throughout IMA’s 100-year history.
A biographical look at IMA's early leaders and their great contributions to the management accounting profession.
IMA looks back over a century of evolution in management accounting technology, from punch cards to AI and the cloud.
IMA Chairs reflect on their memories of the organization and the key milestones during their tenure.
For some members of the IMA community, the bond goes beyond professional affiliation to become a family affair.
IMA Chair Ginger White looks back on her year of leadership and the people who helped create the defining memories.
Editor-in-Chief Emeritus Kathy Williams looks back her long career with IMA and offers thanks and fond memories.
While clawbacks are designed with ethicality in mind, several complicating provisions require close consideration.
Accountants must use their judgment in working with data points from multiple sources in applying new lease accounting rules.
Organizational leaders should be asking several key questions in data ethics policies and data compliance models.
Using chart labels from a separate range of cells, users can label clustered column charts differently.
Management accountants must stay abreast of the latest technological developments and build competencies accordingly.
The best leaders create D&I programs that are specific to the organization and adaptable as needs and demographics change.
This month, we look back in time to the Brunsviga Nova Calculator, Osborne 1 computer, Microsoft Multiplan, and HP 12c Platinum Calculator.
How Dan Bricklin and Bob Frankston created the first successful electronic spreadsheet program, VisiCalc.
This second in a series looks at moving imported data to a different destination table based on what the data describes.
IMA held consecutive Women’s Accounting Leadership Series events: Amman, Jordan; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; and Bangalore, India.
Former IMA Chair and a lifelong volunteerism advocate and participant, Bud Kulesza shares his view on volunteering’s value.
As IMA members celebrate the organization’s centennial, it’s worth ensuring that we’re making the days count.
Babson professor Paul E. Juras has been unanimously named Chair-Elect for IMA’s fiscal year 2019-2020.
Trump’s 2020 budget plans could effectively shut down the Small Business Administration’s Loan Guarantee program.
The SEC has issued a change to financial reporting rules to increase flexibility around MD&A periods.
Porter Braswell’s "Let Them See You" provides a guide for people of color to thrive professionally in the diverse workforce.
The FASB has issued ASU 2019-05 for a 2016 standard to offer a new method for measuring current expected credit losses.
The ICMA is proud to announce the list of IMA members who earned their CMA certification in April 2019.
IMA thanks those who contributed to its annual giving campaigns between May 2018 and April 2019.