The Rules Explosion: Is it Time to Move Toward Principles? Accounting standards setting has degenerated into a Rube Goldberg structure with a plethora of rules that dictates accounting treatments in a system that pleases no one. That's why a number of accounting and finance spokespersons are calling for an overhaul with more emphasis placed on overarching principles understandable to everyone with ...
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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. 84.2003, 7, p. 39-43
Tension? - Enron and WorldCom scandals may strain workplace relationships as accountants and auditors -- Both internal and external -- Point fingers, and "cover-your-rear" becomes the name of the game. CEOs and CFOs face challenging questions such as: "What is the role of the internal auditor?" "What is quality accounting?" "How do we handle all these complex problems without hiring more ...
Quinn, Lawrence Richter, (2002)
ERM: Embracing a Total Risk Model - Enterprise risk management (ERM) is fast joining the business lexicon for more and more companies as increasing regulatory, legislative or stock exchange rules demand that senior executives and corporate boards certify their knowledge of current and future risks and the programs in place for managing those risks.
Quinn, Lawrence Richter, (2005)
Business continuity - Moving BC Into the Corporate Mainstream - Business continuity is in flux -- As an industry and profession -- As it seeks to find its stature, status and funding in corporate America.
Quinn, Lawrence Richter, (2004)
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