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CGMA Magazine

2012

Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

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CGMA Magazine (Charted Global Management Accountant) will be published exclusively online. Following an introductory period, it will be accessible only by holders of the CGMA designation.

Cowie, D. 2012. P&L pioneer: German sports apparel maker Puma is the first major company to quantify and report the monetary cost of its environmental impact in a formal profit and loss statement. CGMA Magazine (Inaugural issue): 44-48.

Hopkin, P. 2012. Understanding the causes of corporate failure. CGMA Magazine (Inaugural issue): 41-43.

Kaplan, R. S. and D. P. Norton. 2012. The future of the balanced scorecard. CGMA Magazine (Inaugural issue): 32-34.

Kiddle, P., M. Green and T. Ringo. 2012. Change management: Three perspectives on the CFO's role: What part should the finance chief play in the process of organisational change? CGMA Magazine (Inaugural issue): 28-30.

Macnab, A. 2012. Strategic objective costing: A new tool for improving resource allocation. CGMA Magazine (Inaugural issue): 35-39.

Rapacioli, S. 2012. Thirsty planet: Business responses to water scarcity. CGMA Magazine (Inaugural issue): 12-13.

Wilson, E. and B. Schiller. 2012. Succeeding in the CIVETS: With many developed countries facing economic stagnation, developing countries are being targeted as some of the markets most likely to deliver sustained growth. Learn about the latest cluster to be branded as engines of global growth. CGMA Magazine (Inaugural issue): 14-17.

Young, R. 2012. A transformative year: With middle-class consumers soon to number in the billions, vast new global markets are opening up. Yet the big opportunities are balanced by economic turmoil, disruptive technologies and regulatory flux. CGMA Magazine explores how management accountants can add sustainable value at a time when business as usual in not an option. CGMA Magazine (Inaugural issue): 18-27.