The measures to improve professional competence
The measures to improve professional competence
Abstract:Professional competence is one of the fundamental principles of the Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants.However,more and...
In this lecture I had the understanding, why accounting bodies are so heavily regulated by the government. After the corporate collapse, accounting body lost the trust of public. Our work was not transparent and therefore, was no longer reliable.
Regulator body such...
of resources such as food supply, oil supplies and many other environmental problems. All the problems that are going on in our external environment create a direct pressure on our business world and lead organization to operate with environmentally, socially and in an economically sustainable manner.
‘There is too much accounting regulation’. In order to address this comment, this essay will focus on how theories of regulation apply to accounting practices and the necessity of accounting regulation.
First of all, according to Oxford Dictionaries, accounting means ‘the process or work of keeping...
Belonging is the inherent connection between people and places that heralds a common understanding, in a society where relationships are vital in satisfying our innate yearning for human needs. The intrinsic features of belonging are recognised through Emily Dickinson’s collection of...
rights, and duties allows the manager to develop avenues by which to analyze and solve difficult problems. As a locus of power and authority in our modern systems, business firms, through any one of the doctrines of business ethics, social responsibility, or social responsiveness, have important, indispensable...
dream of glory and triumph to achieve at a cost of ruthlessness, triviality and success leading to degeneration and viciousness across the human societies. They are influential to defy accountability for their crimes. George Bush and Tony Blair both despite being indicted by an International Tribunal...
phenomenon. There is hardly a country free from it. There are many socio-economic factors Causing this.The unrest among students is an outward expression of the resentment that the community feels towards the government, the society and the institutions that they study in.
It is human nature that when...
East and thus from temporary migrant workers. Saudi Arabia accounts for more than 40 per
cent. The diaspora also takes a large share, with the USA accounting for 14 per cent of the
remittance flow. Besides official channels, money is remitted by hundi or hand carried by the
migrant or friends or family...
Lesson 1: Operations function & evolution of POM
After reading this lesson you will be able to understand
▪ Operations system in manufacturing and service organizations
▪ Conversion process
▪ Historical evolution of POM
I welcome you all and hope you have...
Can we speak of a ‘classless society’?
Stratification is a concept we are faced with on a daily basis, whether it is a conscious or subconscious element of our lives. Class has been a dominant form of stratification in traditional views of society, but man’s evolution in thought, behaviour, outlook...
helps us gain a better understanding of ourselves and our social world. It enables us to see how behaviour is largely shaped by the groups to which we associate with and the society in which we live that exists. Thus when we talk about “society” or “the social world” as if it were something real and...
Creativity and Innovation
Finance and Accounting for Management
A further five are chosen from:
Information Technology Management
sustainability reporting in the public sector. The practices of the two selected departments for this study are assessed through interviews and documentary data. Our findings are consistent with new institutional theory but also highlight the impact of internal perspectives on public sector sustainability reporting...
infrastructure, machines, tools and factories
4. Natural capital – resources, living systems & ecosystem services
The first 3 forms of capital are used to transform natural capital into the stuff of our daily lives: cars, highways, cities, bridges, houses, food, medicine, hospitals and schools...
Introduction: The State of Integrated Reporting Today
Robert G. Eccles
Part I: The Role of the Corporation in SocietyAccounting and Accountability:
Integrated Reporting and the Purpose of the Firm
Robert Kinloch Massie
A CEO’s Letter to Her Board of Directors
established itself as an extra-ordinary network of young global business leaders and a think tank on issues that are critical to economy, businesses and society. I am told the network has hosted some illustrious speakers in the past and therefore, I have to live up to high expectations. I believe the decades...
volatility in inﬂation and interest rates, worldwide economic uncertainty, ﬂuctuating exchange rates, tax law changes, and ethical concerns over certain ﬁnancial dealings must be dealt with almost daily. As a result, ﬁnance is required to play an ever more vital strategic role within the corporation. The ﬁnancial...