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Articles from Financial Management (UK) (January 1, 2002)

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Academic offensive. (Letters). Elswood, Paul N 124
Are you being paid enough? (Aspiring Manager). 263
Arts thank firms for supporting role. (News Round-up). 140
ASB issues revised FRSSE. (News Round-up). 105
Brief encounters: being an interim manager can give senior executives the job satisfaction they want without tying them down for life. Cathy Hayward finds out what it means to temp at the top end. (Feature interim managers). Hayward, Cathy 1646
Call for share option changes: industry insiders are arguing that publishing employee share options as an expense would increase firms' financial transparency. (News Round-up). Hayward, Cathy 409
Care shares: the days when annual reports were just a list of figures are long gone. New-style reports are glossy tomes packed with details about the firm's ethical integrity. Cathy Hayward finds out why wearing your heart on your corporate sleeve wins hearts, minds and purses. (Feature ethics). Hayward, Cathy 1853
CBI targets poor sick leave record. (News Round-up). 117
CIMA lecture explains mysteries of performance measurement research. (Institute News). 703
Corporate giant award. (Managers). 131
Diary of events. 240
Does MVA measure up? It may be popular and lauded by many, but market value added, argue Stephen Keef and Melvin Roush, does not necessarily give an accurate picture of wealth creation. (Feature MVA). Keef, Stephen; Roush, Melvin 1675
Editor's letter. (Comment). 438
Fall in new car prices. (Aspiring Manager). 142
First and lasting impressions. (Aspiring Manager). 267
Gadget of the month. (Manager). 139
Grey matter. (Letters). O'Callaghan, Alan 128
How to motivate staff in the new year: back to business after the party season. (Manager). 541
How to plan your career. (Aspiring Manager). 351
Institute diary. 1602
It's not behind you: analysing past performance has its place, but assessing future potential is far more important and will also reap much greater rewards. David Allen challenges the focus on backward-looking measurements. (Management). Allen, David 787
Look and learn. (Aspiring Manager). 140
Lore reform: traditional budgeting and planning might have had its day. Mike Bourne, Andy Neely and Herman Heyns explain how companies that are tired of costly and inefficient systems are cooking up radical new ways to drive performance. (Feature budgeting). Bourne, Mike; Neely, Andy; Heyns, Herman 753
Market differentiation. (Letters). Hung, Hwang Soon 273
Monthly direct debit dates 2002. (Institute News). 85
Net present value: a love of gizmos and sound business acumen helped Jonathan Elvidge to create a high street haven for present buyers. He tells Cathy Hayward about the rise of (Entrepreneur). Hayward, Cathy 844
Notes on margins. (Letters). Murphy, Derek 108
Open-door policy. (Letters). Hollis, Jeremy 170
Passengers pay price of terrorism. (Manager). 284
Relief systems: the chancellor has indicated that he proposes to improve the rate of business asset taper relief, but Trevor James explains the many reasons why the true situation is rather more complicated than this. (Tax). Constable, Trevor James 807
Remote controls: in a highly competitive employment market, it is a challenge for companies to attract and retain the top finance professionals. Orla Leonard outlines ways to make sure your employees stay happy and stay put. (Psychology). Leonard, Orla 808
Rose's guide to saying `thank you very much'. (Manager). 499
SMEs call for better advice. (News Round-up). 87
Start saving for a rainy delay: the Met Office is urging firms to plan ahead to cope with weather problems that are costing UK companies billions each year. (News Round-up). Parry, Charlotte 377
The bigger picture: little research has been done into management accounting techniques in small firms--until now. Gavin Reid's and Julia Smith's study of SMEs found that efficient information-processing plays a vital role in successful firms. (Feature information management systems). Reid, Gavin; Smith, Julia 2415
Top salaries allow retail finance directors to shop around. (Manager). 186
Treat gurus with scepticism. (News Round-up). 156
UK businesses ignore euro risks: firms are failing to prepare for the new EU currency. (News Round-up). Hayward, Cathy 376
UK firms lose 117 unproductive days each year. (News Round-up). 224
Virtual banks fall out of line with real needs. (Aspiring Manager). 515
Vitamin FTSE: pundits have been asking for months whether the UK economy will necessarily catch cold because the US has sneezed. David Ross predicts that it will in fact fare better in 2002 than its eurozone neighbours. (Economics). Ross, David 942

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