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Finance and Management Magazine 2009

Monthly magazine from the Faculty, containing a wide range of news, views and articles on subjects such as accounting standards, outsourcing, strategy, corporate governance, marketing, tax, treasury, human factors and much more.

F&M 172, December 2009

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This issue includes: How to eliminate bias in forecasts, Management tools and trends 2009, Your personal liability for tax systems, Be prepared for mandatory XBRL accounts, Costing to support decision-making, The best business books of the year, Strategy and organisation.

F&M 171, November 2009

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This issue includes: Using price strategy to maximise results, finance's role in the organisation (part 2), Can a balanced scorecard help in a recession?, Media handing for finance directors, Motivating employees post redundancies, Innovation and sustainability, Humanism in business - selected readings, When the information tide turns.

F&M 170, October 2009

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This issue includes: Designing effective reward systems, How to succeed in business, Finance's role in the organisation, Equality bill: what does it mean for employers?, Alternative sources of finance, Finding ways to stay ahead, Saying 'no' - why is it so hard?, Integrating finance with product plans.

F&M 169, September 2009

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This issue includes: Today's FD - the challenges, Study of a profit management system, Corporate governance reviews: post credit crunch, The benefits of wise mentoring, Meet those who represent you on the committee, Adapting systems to the economic crisis.

F&M 168, July & August 2009

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This issue includes: Turning 'base metal' strategies into gold, A toolkit for profit improvement, IBRs: should you expect the Spanish inquisition?, Planning and prioritising, 'Rewarding failure' or 'failing to reward'?, Building a 'business-driven' people strategy.

F&M 167, June 2009

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This issue includes: Managing teams across cultures, Survival and success, New Faculty Chairman Carolyn Bresh, Achieving your goals - finding the solution, Winning articles for accounts in business, Strategy in a downturn.

F&M 166, May 2009

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This issue includes: redundancy - the potential pitfalls, Stakeholder relationships in a recession, How to hone your negotiating skills, Accounting and supply chain leadership, Dealing with potentially dubious practices, Keeping focus on strategy in a downturn, Tomorrow's global company.

F&M 165, April 2009

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This issue includes: Measuring performance in difficult times, What you should be measuring - and why, Cutting costs without losing heads, Creating sustainable value - a new IFAC framework, How to avoid losing your business, Learn to work your cerebral assets, 'There's nowt so queer as folk'.

F&M 164, March 2009

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This issue includes: The intelligent way to cut costs, Working capital optimisation, Concentrate on the core aspects of your business, From slide ware to mind share - using powerpoint, Learning to trade in carbon emissions, Getting a return from information technology, Time management not working? try time leverage, Talent management in troubled times.

F&M 163, February 2009

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This issue includes: How SMEs achieve profitable growth, The merits of being low-carbon, The lowdown on working as a part-time FD, People with the best people win, 101 reasons why change programmes fail, Tarzan and Jane in the new corporate jungle, Good reasons for taking the long view.

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