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Articles from CMA Management (August 1, 2004)

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Balanced expectations: determining the best pension plan for your organization. Forestell, Paul; Forsythe, Wendy 1147
Centre stage: CMAs bring financial and administrative expertise to the ballet. Colman, Robert 2953
Clearing the Hurdles. Brush, Candida; Carter, Nancy M.; Gatewood, Elizabeth; Greene, Patricia G.; Hart, Myra M. Book Review 155
CMA Nigel Jacobs named Firm Administrator of the Year by the Association for Accounting Administrators. Colman, Robert Brief Article 240
CMAs Sonia Draper, Ken Johnson win Sony digital cameras in 2004 CMA Management reader survey. Brief Article 151
Combo Wi-Fi cell phone imminent. 243
Fitting in: executive integration is a major issue that continues to be overlooked by many. Demers, Julie 1418
Global convergence. Colman, Robert 410
How Full is Your Bucket? Rath, Tom; Clifton, Donald Book Review 151
Howard Armitage, CMA, FCMA, receives prestigious 3M Teaching Fellowship. Colman, Robert 327
IT Governance. Weill, Peter; Ross, Jeanne W. Book Review 239
Leadership key in maximizing visible minority talent. Colman, Robert 287
New B.C. International Financial Activity Act creates opportunities for Canadian and global companies. Colman, Robert Brief Article 168
Open source: assessing the TCO picture; open source technology sounds like it's free but it isn't; like its commercial equivalent, it has to be implemented and supported. However, the total cost of ownership (TCO) has proven very positive for a number of Canadian organizations. And with the big IT players stepping up to the plate, adoption no longer involves taking a wild swing. Stoller, Jacob 2433
Positioned for progress: key role seen for CMAs in federal government's comptroller general action plan. Banigan, John 859
Selling your business: entrepreneurs don't usually like to think about giving up the business they spent so long creating, but that day eventually comes for a lot of Canadian small and medium-sized business owners. The challenge is to properly prepare yourself for the process and make sure you're able to do it on your terms. Here's how. Johne, Marjo 1990
Strategic strengths: the role of the CFO is evolving, according to two new studies, and the management accounting skill set is perceived as that much more critical for maturing organizations. 696
Striking at the roots: the most common training challenges and how to overcome them. Kirkwood, Teresa; Pangarkar, Ajay 1469
Supporting international standards: IFAC sets its strategic plan for 2005-2008. Colman, Robert 888
Telecommuting transitions: telework arrangements can save employees time and companies money. A number of larger multinationals have adopted it in their operations but fewer than you'd expect. Yet it really does make sense. The challenge is doing it right, with the right people, on the right schedule. Here are a few recommendations. Colman, Robert 2704
The essential middleman: CMA Darin McLean has built a successful business out of a supply chain necessity. Excellent customer service has kept the business thriving. Colman, Robert 1200
The hazardous art: e-mail is an effective and efficient communications tool, but only when you use it correctly. McKenna, Neil 808

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