Management accounting professionals can help their companies develop and execute value-creating sustainability strategies.
A research study examines how sustainability control tools help companies improve their social and environmental performance.
The CFOs of HP and Accenture discuss the role of finance professionals in their organizations’ sustainability initiatives.
Utilizing AI, deep learning, and computer vision helps make Rembrandt egg operation more efficient and profitable.
Classifying organizational data according to the level of sensitivity can be a foundational step in ensuring data security.
Using average performance as a long-term benchmark for target setting can incentivize business unit managers to perform well.
Management accountants can expand the role of accounting in business by improving revenue management in their organization.
When analyzing data, finance professionals can use divergent and convergent thinking to critically assess unexpected results.
An FASB accounting standards update clarifies the capitalization rules for costs associated with cloud-computing agreements.
Management Control with Integrated Planning provides an applied, step-by-step approach to integrated planning and control.
Textual analysis enables accounting and finance professionals to analyze unstructured data and drive decision making.
A study highlights the importance of in-person management visits to branches to reduce misconduct within an organization.
Human capital investments by a Japanese pharmaceutical company have significant impacts on its long-term corporate value.
Disaggregated forecasting can be useful in reducing absolute demand forecast error, especially for complex products.
A research study traces the evolution of the Beyond Budgeting management model through various stages of development.
IPADE Business School prioritizes ethics and values in its graduates, and it developed a model to measure success in that area.
Using KPIs to incentivize employees can lead to decisions that destroy long-term value rather than create it.
Measuring revenues, costs, and activities by time can provide valuable insights and enhance decision making.
Japanese companies have long been at the forefront at showing how nonfinancial metrics and intangibles impact corporate value.
Management accountants can use their experience with performance measures to help companies monitor and evaluate IT risks.
These four operations metrics are the first step to identifying, monitoring, and addressing continuous risks within an organization.
Employees need to understand how the decisions they make today affect the company's performance tomorrow.
An insightful examination of the best ways for healthcare providers to better measure and manage costs and value.
Adopting a principles-based approach to cost modeling will provide better decision-support information.
SASB is developing industry-specific standards to help businesses provide a more complete view of all the factors impacting their value.
Effective dashboards spot trends and changes in the key indicators affecting performance. Ensure your dashboards show the right metrics to the right audience.
Corporate performance management software can provide better automation and information gathering to help financial professionals make better, more informed decisions.
Understanding analytics can improve an organization's decision making.
Four simple steps will help you identify, measure, and convert the cost of disruptions so you can improve performance.
The partnership of Finance and HR can create greater strategic value by implementing human capital analytics.
Brand value represents a useful, objective financial tool for measuring the value of marketing expenditures.
Prescriptive analytics allow companies to better gauge customer profitability and reach potential new markets.
Integrating your sustainability and ERM processes provides a framework for a viable long-term strategy.
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