Business models of the future: emerging value creation
This report examines six business models assessing their characteristics and the world in which they operate using the 'Full Stack' framework. The report also examines the role professional accountants play in start-ups and larger organisations seeking to learn from new business models.
Corporate culture encourages behaviours that support or impede the achievement of organisational objectives. The challenge is understanding how to nurture a culture that promotes behaviours consistent with organisational objectives. The ACCA culture-governance tool seeks to support organisations with their culture goals.
Two years on from the first global giants report, this report identifies the next generation of 100 fastest-emerging Chinese businesses that will be competing globally over the next three to five years.
Meeting Users’ Information Needs: The Use and Usefulness of Integrated Reporting
The first study to directly poll the views of the users of financial information on integrated reporting, this research report explores how providers of financial capital perceive and the Framework’s potential for providing decision-useful information.
Factors Affecting Preparers' and Auditors' Judgements about Materiality and Conciseness in Integrated Reporting
This exceptionally ambitious report explores the issues of materiality and conciseness in Integrated Reporting () from the perspectives of corporate report preparers and auditors. It provides timely evidence about emerging practices that will be helpful for the further development of .
This global report by KPMG UK and ACCA evaluates how the enterprise performance management capability within finance functions is providing the business with insightful profitability and cost analysis through appropriate people, processes and technology
The new report launches ACCA’s global campaign examining talent management practices in today’s finance function. ‘Talent Equation: First Insights’ reveals the current state of play of finance talent globally.
This report draws attention to the radical change in the role of data in relation to the accountancy profession. It touches upon issues of data management, data governance and data lifecycle, and describes key current and future trends for a broad range of data-related activities.
Cyberwarriors with calculators: the role of accounting and finance professionals in a company's cybersecurity
Computers, servers and the Internet are indispensable tools for financial professionals – and they are under relentless attack. For accountants, measures must be taken to ensure
that the sensitive personal and corporate financial information they handle is safe: accountants need to be at the forefront of cybersecurity.
The robots are coming? Implications for financial shared services.
This report draws on the expertise of ACCA’s finance transformation, shared services and outsourcing advisory group to provide a range of perspectives on the future of automation and the use of robotic software in the finance function.
SoMoClo technologies: transforming how and where business takes place
This report seeks to bring insight into the challenges and opportunities of SoMoClo for finance professionals, but, above all, encourage people around the world to experiment and discover even more exciting opportunities for themselves.
Guide for CFOs of high-growth SMEs on using the potential of the finance function
Report examining the finance function of high-growth businesses and how this has evolved, providing practical guidance to high potential businesses on how to harness the full potential of the finance function.
Oil and gas – priorities and challenges for the CFO enterprise
This report summarises the key issues facing finance professionals in the oil and gas sector.
It considers what their priorities might be in their role of helping drive stability and growth in the sector.