Category Archives: Management Accounting Updates

What topic would you like TheGAAP.net to present in one of our upcoming workshops?

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If we haven’t had that workshops topic before, and we choose your idea; we will award you two tickets to attend and an exclusive meet and greet with the founder of TheGAAP.net (Paul J. Calleri) shortly following the workshop. TheGAAP.net has just presented: Time Management Solutions for Increased Productivity in February and is back by popular demand on April the

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Strategic Management Accounting

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We have all heard about strategic management accounting, but what is it and how does it affect our company? In this article you can find a comprehensive and detailed description of strategic management accounting and what it stands for, as well as some great techniques that you can use to get the best results! What is strategic management accounting? Simply

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Change Management

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Change management in your organization can translate into whether your company weathers a storm or sinks to the depths of the ocean. Here are 8 tips on how organizations and their leaders can effectively manage change: Effectively managing change is not possible in isolation of risk and crisis management. Risk, crisis and change management have clear interdependencies. Thus, in order

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Top 10 Tips of Being The Best Senior Financial Executive; Sign up now and change your career around!

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TOP 10 TIPS OF BEING THE BEST SENIOR FINANCIAL EXECUTIVE is presented by TheGAAP.net & TFN On Tuesday; November 29, 2016 Sponsored by: Jeff Gregory of Desjardins Financial Security Investments Inc. Our last dinner of 2016 is a new creation thanks to the input of a few of our most senior TFN members and should appeal to all members to

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Accountants: “What’s Hot in Management Accounting”

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On March the 10th we wrote about the top Innovations in Management Accounting as follows: Key innovations in management accounting include: Japanese management accounting; business re-engineering; activity-based costing; strategic management accounting; economic value-added approaches; accounting and ‘e’ business, and performance measurement and incentives. Source: http://www.lse.ac.uk/accounting/news/MARG/home.aspx Follow us as TheGAAP.net’s researchers and writers elaborate on all these innovations. Do you have any experience with

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What’s New in Management Accounting

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Innovations Key innovations in management accounting include: Japanese management accounting; business re-engineering; activity-based costing; strategic management accounting; economic value-added approaches; accounting and ‘e’ business, and performance measurement and incentives.   Source: http://www.lse.ac.uk/accounting/news/MARG/home.aspx   Trends The seven major trends in management accounting are: Expansion from product to channel and customer profitability analysis; Management accounting’s expanding role with enterprise performance management (EPM);

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What CPA accounting topic would you like TheGAAP.net to present in one of our upcoming workshops?

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If we haven’t had that CPA accounting topic before, and we choose your idea; we will award you two tickets to attend and an exclusive meet and greet with the founder of TheGAAP.net (Paul J. Calleri) shortly following the workshop. TheGAAP.net has just presented: Time Management Solutions for Increased Productivity in February and is back by popular demand on April

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5 Ways CFO and CIO Collaboration Can Benefit the Business

As reported by Robert Half Management Resources With technology increasingly integral to the operation of the finance function — and the business, in general — chief financial officers and chief information officers find they’re seeing a lot more of each other lately. A survey by Robert Half Management Resources and Robert Half Technology found that more than half (51 percent) of

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30 Character Traits of Mentally Strong People

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After a truly terrible day at the office, in a quiet moment of reflection, you might marvel at the fact you had the fortitude to get through the whole experience without screaming (or quitting). You think, “How did I do it?” A likely factor: You are a mentally strong person. Mental strength can be a road map for personal success

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