This CIMA research report builds on a pilot study undertaken by the authors. A framework for risk management was developed as a result of the research. This research report describes the results of a major survey-based research study entitled ‘Risk and Management Accounting: The development of best practice guidelines for enterprise-wide internal control procedures to identify and manage risk; the contribution of and the consequences for management accountants’.
This CIMA research report shows:
- How (and why) organizations and their management accountants develop effective internal control systems to identify and manage risk
- How (and why) organizations and their management accountants construe risk in their professional and managerial roles
Management Accountants involved in risk management; Finance Directors involved in risk management; Finance professionals; Non-financial managers involved in risk management; Risk Managers; Business consultants and practitioners developing risk management techniques. CIMA Students
Chapter 1 Introduction; Chapter 2 Background; Chapter 3 Survey design: Chapter 4 Research results; Chapter 5 Framework for risk management; Chapter 6 Conclusions and implications
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- 11th August 2006
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Senior Lecturer, Management Accounting, Department of Accounting and Finance, Monash University in Melbourne, Australia
Professor Business School, Manchester Metropolitan University.
Doctoral student, Aston Business School.