Management accounting

Professor honored for research on whistleblowing

Bryan R. Stikeleather, assistant professor at the University of South Carolina's Darla Moore School of Business, received the 2017 Greatest Potential Impact on Management Accounting Practice Award.

Shaking up the board

It is essential that board makeups represent the customers the company serves.

Why ‘complete ERM’ is a myth

Risk management initiatives must evolve as an organisation’s risk exposures change. These days, all entities are taking a harder look at how they manage risk, according to an annual survey.

U.S. economic optimism surges

Concerns about regulation eased, and projections for revenue, profits, and expansion are on the rise amongst U.S. CPA decision-makers in a quarterly survey.

Tips for budding finance managers

Learning to be a manager is more than a check-the-box exercise, according to Debbie Jacobs, senior director of finance at Experian.

Janet Wong, CPA

Janet Wong, CPA, an audit committee chair with ties to Silicon Valley, discusses best practices for CPA audit committee chairs and the expansion of innovation culture beyond Silicon Valley.

Dale Sheff, CPA, CGMA

Dale Sheff, CPA, CGMA, controller of Graybar, explains how CPAs who want to push their careers toward management accounting can do so, but he says the path requires commitment.

The top global risks for 2017

Executives ranked the business environment as riskier than in previous years, but many don’t plan to devote more resources to risk management, according to a new survey.

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Cybersecurity threats proliferating for midsize and smaller businesses

This report details how SMBs can properly protect private information from breaches, design and implement a cybersecurity policy, and create safeguards for training and education.

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Test yourself on these often confused words

The spelling checker on your word processing program can do only so much to flag problems. Your best insurance is to learn the troublesome words that trip up writers and use them correctly by the standards of formal, written English.