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Management strategy

Articles, reports and other resources that enable accountants in business to make a real difference to their organisations by providing practical information for executive teams.

How to succeed in casual dining

It’s been a bitter year for casual dining, with numerous high street brands forced to close their kitchens. Lucy Douglas takes a look at those still managing to succeed in a saturated market.

How to survive in retail

In an increasingly hostile retail environment, says former Game CEO Ian Shepherd, there are lessons to be learned from successful retailers and from those who have struggled.

Boardroom pay

Pay ratios are the latest idea proposed to address public concern over executive remuneration. But will they achieve what proponents intend? David Craik investigates.

Value-based pricing

Value has to be the primary driver in setting a pricing strategy. This can then deliver both higher profits and improved customer satisfaction, say Andreas Hinterhuber and Evandro Pollono

Local vs global: striking the right balance

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Cost-saving concerns and rapid technological development make globalisation increasingly achievable, yet this can be at the expense of local service and customer satisfaction. Gary Ashton and Mark Goodridge discuss how to strike the right balance within your corporate structure.

New businesses: building a finance team for growth

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How can small and growing businesses deal with large scale finance-related issues? Claudia Krinks explains how building the right finance team can help.

How family businesses survive and prosper

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Running a family business carries both advantages and disadvantages by comparison with other companies. Grant Gordon identifies the issues and offers advice on how to achieve growth and success over the long term.

Finance transformation

The authors share their expertise on service level agreements, people management, and innovation and technology.

Avoiding bad collaboration

Despite the belief that internal collaboration brings tremendous benefits to an organisation, in reality it can just as easily undermine performance. The trick lies in being able to spot, beforehand, whether a collaboration will be worth the effort. Morten Hansen explains how.

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