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The Financial Management (FM) magazine podcast series features conversations with executives and thought leaders in management accounting. We discuss topics including governance, risk management, performance management, technology, corporate strategy, and leadership. Interviews are conducted by FM editors and contributors.

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The Financial Management (FM) magazine podcast series features conversations with executives and thought leaders in management accounting. We discuss topics including governance, risk management, performance management, technology, corporate strategy, and leadership. Interviews are conducted by FM editors and contributors.

    Skills development: How to create a learning plan

    Skills development: How to create a learning plan

    In this second episode of a two-part FM podcast series on skills, Gary Cox, ACMA, CGMA, a coach for businesses and individuals, describes how to create a learning plan. He recommends conducting an audit of current skills and those needed over the next three years. Making incremental progress and finding someone to support or champion you from inside or outside the finance team — or outside your company — can also move you toward your goals.
    In “Skills Development: Which Ones Will You Need?”, the first of the two FM podcasts, Cox discusses the in-demand finance skills of effective use of data, insights, and “really good storytelling”.

    • 18 min
    Breaking down COP26 announcements and their implications

    Breaking down COP26 announcements and their implications

    There was a dizzying array of announcements during the two-week UN climate change summit last month. Which ones matter for accounting and finance professionals? Martin Farrar, Ph.D., associate technical director at AICPA & CIMA, breaks down key pledges by governments and businesses, and new requirements on the horizon that accounting and finance professionals should know.

    • 23 min
    Skills development: Which ones will you need?

    Skills development: Which ones will you need?

    In this first episode of a two-part FM podcast series on skills, Gary Cox, ACMA, CGMA, a coach for businesses and individuals, describes the in-demand finance skills of effective use of data, insights, and “really good storytelling”.
    The second episode will look at how to create a learning plan — analysing the skills you have today and those you will need over the next three years.

    • 13 min
    Accounting for value

    Accounting for value

    The definition of value continues to evolve in the knowledge economy. Finding new ways to measure, manage, and understand organisational value is a critical role for finance professionals and management accountants. In this episode, Paul Ashworth, FCMA, CGMA, previews his upcoming Financial Management articles on effective valuation, the challenges and benefits of different valuation methods, and why good value management can elevate the finance function within a business.

    • 16 min
    Increase your power during negotiations

    Increase your power during negotiations

    Negotiation is a key skill to master, both in the workplace and outside it. In this episode, Fotini Iconomopoulos, founder of negotiation training company Forward Focusing, based in Toronto, and author of Say Less, Get More: Unconventional Negotiation Techniques to Get What You Want, shares advice for succeeding in negotiations. She talks about how to reduce your anxiety when negotiating, tactics that can improve your position during a negotiation, what women should know heading into a negotiation, and much more. 
     
    Iconomopoulos will be speaking on negotiation at the 2021 AICPA & CIMA Women’s Global Leadership Summit, held live online 3–5 November.

    • 22 min
    Starting up: 3 metrics entrepreneurial CFOs need to watch

    Starting up: 3 metrics entrepreneurial CFOs need to watch

    Tom Eisenmann, Harvard Business School professor and author of The Fail-Safe Startup, says only 10% of high-tech, high-potential startups are successful. In that success, the CFO has a critical role that includes managing cash and working out when to raise more and monitoring key metrics. He warns the new entrepreneur against rushing in without proper customer research and product evaluation and explains why “trusting your gut” can lead to flawed decisions.

    • 19 min

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