Communications: Methods and Applications for Financial Managers
Management Accountants' communication skills are being tested as never before. Finance professionals must be able to communicate effectively with managers, peers and employees across their organization, as well as with investors, shareholders, regulators and the media about complex financial, regulatory and business issues. Get this crucial advice on effective techniques for both entry-level accountants and executives in the world’s largest corporations.
Coming Soon! Risk Assessment for Mid-Sized Organisations: COSO Tools for a Tailored Approach, 2nd Edition
Offers guidance and practical tools designed to demystify risk identification at the enterprise or entity level and to help the user develop a tailored approach to the organisation’s risk management requirements. This edition contains COSO thought leadership and an overview of risk assessment approaches and techniques that have emerged as the most useful and sustainable for decision making.
Financial Reporting Fraud: A Practical Guide to Detection and Internal Control - 2nd edition
This guide, written by a CPA for CPAs in both public practice and industry, provides the knowledge necessary to minimize fraud exposure for the CPA, the employer, and the client.
In today's unsettled economy, every accounting and finance manager should command the expertise needed to gather, process and analyze the information required to make sound business decisions. This publication presents and explores the key analytical tools that you need to make well-informed and effective choices in your organization's dynamic environment.
Gain a better understanding of the critical interplay between planning and performance with this helpful guide for financial managers in business, industry, and government. This publication provides a holistic approach that brings clarity to managers and allows them to understand the moving parts that produce effective strategic management.
Join Bob Herz for his remarkable journey through 40 years in the accounting profession. The former FASB Chairman and Accounting Hall of Fame inductee was a leader on the forefront of financial reporting during a time of unprecedented challenge for accounting, auditing and financial reporting. This book chronicles an extraordinary record of service to the accounting profession.