Organizations that don’t innovate can struggle to keep pace in a rapidly changing business environment. Consultant Bill Swedish offers insight into how finance teams can innovate.
The standard starts to take effect next year.
Federal government entities are embracing risk management practices that can help them make better decisions and be more transparent.
A rising number of accounting executives say their businesses plan to hire in the coming year, a quarterly survey by the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants shows.
Critical thinking and problem-solving are among the skills sought by finance leader Sandi Briggs, CPA, CGMA, the CFO of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency.
COSO is focused on complex, entity-level risks.
Educating employees in a fun way about profitability paid dividends for one CFO and her company.
Robby Riggs reveals what younger workers really want from an employer, and shares practical steps leaders can take to create rapport between older and younger employees.
Thanks to numerous technological advances, many routine accounting and finance tasks are likely to be automated in the near future.
A new tool can help board members understand what questions to ask in their oversight of cybersecurity risk management.
Companies that integrate innovation and risk are more advanced in disruptive technologies and more confident in revenue projections, a survey says.
Brandy Amidon, CPA, the CFO at South Carolina marketing and creative agency Brains on Fire, found a way to hold employees’ interest and get them to care more about the organization’s profitability.
A new Center for Audit Quality tool is designed to help audit committees with oversight of this difficult adoption process.
Linking enterprise risk management practices with strategy remains a challenge for companies, who say risk environment continues to grow in complexity.
A Center for Audit Quality tool provides tips for audit committees to consider about non-GAAP measures as they perform their oversight duties.
By embracing new technologies and developing new skills in their own operations, internal auditors can develop a point of view on new risks and deliver value to the organization.
While some finance executives wait to commit to changes related to potential tax savings, their optimism shows in revenue and profit projections, a survey shows.
This process is a time of stress and long hours for employees, despite technological improvements. Here are some best practices to smooth the process.
By developing a methodology for collaboration across all three lines of defense, internal audit can make the most of company resources and technology for risk management.
Recently issued supplemental draft guidance is designed to help organizations apply enterprise risk management (ERM) principles to environmental, social, and governance (ESG)-related risks.