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Articles from CMA Management (April 1, 2005)

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A bigger slice of the pie: Boston Pizza has experienced impressive growth over the past 10 years. With a strong franchise model, public investment and plans for more expansion in eastern Canada and the U.S., the future looks friendly too. Colman, Robert 1620
Canadian Income Funds. Beck, Peter; Romano, Paul Brief Article 209
CMA Canada expands resources for management accounting research: management accounting research will nourish growth of CMA competencies and enhance the competitiveness of leading-edge organizations. 1303
Creative leadership. Colman, Robert 399
Deepening U.S. trade and safeguarding borders key to Canada's prosperity. Brief Article 269
Funding foundations: NCE's Young Innovators Award honours Canada's leading young minds. Cooper, John 1001
Governance, risk management and compliance: the benefits outweigh the costs. 302
Groundworks: CMA Kris Dartnell recently launched an innovative financial management manual and workshop series among a number of small Nigerian organizations. Her goal was to promote capacity building in organizations operating in harsh environments--to give them the skills to operate and grow with confidence. It worked, and with Dartnell's perseverance, more organizations around the world will benefit from the experience. Colman, Robert 1081
India's energy needs: a new Indian policy for the all-important energy sector holds promise for Canada's oil and gas explorers. 905
Innovation on hold? The government's spending policies in the 2005 budget fall short of addressing Canada's Productivity challenges. Banigan, John M. 1094
Integrated finance function drives value-centred cultures. 337
International programs spearhead CMA global recognition: a diversity of international programs are building the worldwide reputation of CMA Canada and its members, and enhancing quality growth. 776
Making work pretty. Brief Article 108
Managing employee personal information: although businesses are well aware of the importance of managing customer information, they are often unaware that employee information must be managed in a similar manner. Failure to properly deal with this is a serious risk. Charters, Darren 1200
Managing information on disparate devices: the technology-enabled portability of our working environment has led to the dispersion of corporate data on laptops, USB keys, PDAs, and home computers. This complicates the problem of managing sensitive information, but the fundamental principles haven't changed, according to experts. Stoller, Jacob 1164
New centres of excellence in Alberta aim to improve mid-sized company performance. 398
New guidelines released for financial instruments. 369
New strategic imperatives forge a bright future for CMAs, says Board chair: a new CMA competency map, branding campaign and international programs highlight a range of CMA Canada strategic initiatives that are paving the way for bold new ventures into key markets. 1785
Passionate and Profitable. Arussy, Lior Brief Article 169
Proposed Canadian Rule on Internal Control Reporting. Brief Article 110
Raising the bar on retirement planning: Individual Pension Plans provide enhanced benefits for business owners, but evaluate the strategy carefully before proceeding. Hood, Andrew 1468
Run the right race: you're busy, you're productive--but are you effective? Every leader has goals, both personal and business-related. Yet, it's a challenge to stay focused on these goals from day to day. Effective leaders are able to step away from the daily business operations to see the larger picture. How are you managing this challenge? Pangarkar, Ajay M.; Santos, Michael dos 2010
Taking a holistic view of global investments is critical, study stresses. 351
Telling the CMA story--in a compelling and dynamic way: CMA Canada's brand advertising program shows the world that management accountants add value to every aspect of an organization. 722
The CMA competency framework: unlike any other: CMA Canada's new competency mapping framework clearly defines the management accounting territory, delineating what employers and clients expect of a CMA at every career stage. It also provides a solid foundation for CMAs to expand their field of practice. 1176
The realistic entrepreneur: a new CIBC study suggests that the independent-minded should look to their futures carefully--the future of their businesses and their own retirement. Colman, Robert Editorial 889
The value of partnerships: outsourcing is only as effective as you make it. By approaching your outsourcing arrangements with the proper amount of due diligence, you protect yourself from future concerns. Dickies Canada is one company that has done it right. Colman, Robert Editorial 1353
U.S. study suggests a strong brand draws talent. Brief Article 254

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