This CIMA research analyses how Enterprise Web 2.0 techniques are understood and engaged with by practicing management accountants, how accountants view the current and future prospects of these technologies, how business value is realised from their use, and how such techniques complement and supplement enterprise systems.
Research from CIMA shows the value placed on professional independence and objectivity by senior management has been lagging, which may result in missed opportunities and increased risk. Key Findings:
This CIMA report provides insights into how it is possible to link risk to performance management via top management reporting. It examines how risk-related information is reported to senior managers, and how it is linked to performance management. Key findings:
CIMA’s study warns against the temptation for management accountants to revert to traditional ways of exerting control, such as contracts, and instead urges them to consider the importance of using social networks to foster a sense of camaraderie between competitor alliances. Key Findings:
This CIMA paper explores the use of project portfolio management by organisations during the current turbulent economic conditions, such as the activities and practices involved, how these practices were influenced by the current economic conditions, and the benefits from its use. Inside:
This CIMA report provides insight into the current employment experiences and career aspirations of CIMA’s global student base, including salary expectations, job stability, and hotspots for top salaries.