Carl S. Smith: Elevating the CMA - IMA's new Chair is a firm believer in the value of certification -- And why not? He holds the CMA, CFM, CPA certifications and is a Ph.D. to boot. "Our vision," he says, "is the world's leading association for management accounting and finance professionals." If IMA members and leaders work together to create a value proposition; attract, engage, and retain ...
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Strategic finance : leadership strategies in accountants and financial professionals. - Montvale, NJ : Institute of Management Accountants, ISSN 0025-1690, ZDB-ID 14706659. - Vol. 87.2005, 2, p. 22-26
William L. Brower, Jr.: Management Accounting Advocate - A retired Johnson & Johnson financial executive, the new IMA Chair will work to maintain IMA's high standards for certification, expand the Institute's reach and programs internationally, continue to revitalize its educational programs, and increase the domestic membership.
Williams, Kathy, (2006)
Frederick E. Schea: Making a Difference - The new IMA Chair cites the skills and knowledge he gained while earning the Certified Management Accountant designation for helping him have confidence in his abilities to succeed in his professional life. As someone who strives to make a difference in everything he does, he aims "to make IMA the leading association representing finance and accounting ...
Williams, Kathy, (2008)
Larry R. White: Let's Reinvigorate Management Accounting - The new IMA Chair for 2004-05, a Coast Guard Captain, says management accounting needs an overhaul. Too much emphasis is being placed on financial accounting, he points out, "which by and large presents a comparable and consistent fiction of real operations." During his term he plans to work on revitalizing and renewing management ...
Williams, Kathy, (2004)
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