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Business and Management Faculty

Stay ahead with our practical business guidance created exclusively for finance professionals. Keep up to date with the latest industry developments, access invaluable resources to support your professional development and connect with CFOs, FDs and FCs.

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Business and Management magazine

Monthly magazine from the Business and Management 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.

Business and Management: June 2021

This issue includes: Interview with Craig Stirk, Your business needs a game plan for disruption, How to cope with the return to the office – part 2, Good procurement = success, what is open book management, Your charity needs you, How to transition from audit to business, How to embrace change and innovate, How to thrive in a crisis, Will your business make it to net zero?

Business and Management: May 2021

This issue includes: Interview with Jennifer Jones, Turn your data into insights, Use apprentices to power your business, Accounting for a post Covid world, How to cope with the return to the office, Rebuilding trust in business, Making a sustainable business strategy for all, The future of the office amidst hybrid working – part 1, Will Brexit change UK employment law, Why you should learn to code

Business and Management: April 2021

This issue includes: Interview with Chris Ford – BAM Board Academic, How can UK SMEs navigate Brexit, What to learn from pets, How to win your customers’ hearts and minds – part 2, Building the future, Analysing Sunak’s budget, New payment terms for business, Employee feedback within remote working and Use sustainability to build an advantage

Business and Management: March 2021

This issue includes: Interview with David Carr – Chairman of the BAM Board, How to win your customers’ hearts and minds – part 1, The evolving role of the CFO, When AI can fall foul of bias, How to manage post-pandemic, How will retail survive?, When is an accountant not an accountant, Environmental certification is changing the world, The impact of modern slavery, Off-payroll working - new rules.

Podcasts and recordings

Resources from past events and webinars including slides, interviews with speakers and webcasts.

We have a varied programme of CPD lectures offering you the choice of meeting fellow members at our one hour events at Chartered Accountants’ Hall, or listening to our online webinars from the comfort of your office or home.

Managing bribery and corruption in a downturn

This joint webinar from the Business and Management Faculty and Fraud Advisory Panel, will provide a timely update on the current risks to business and how to safeguard against them.

Economic update

Stephen Davies returns with his economic update for 2021 and beyond, at a time of unprecedented change and upheaval.

Get the job you want

Understand the power of networking and developing your personal brand.

An in-depth look at a major topic, written by specialists in each area. Replaced the previous Management Quarterly and Good Practice Guidelines series.

Special Report 70 - Business resilience

Business resilience is a skill not easily learned or acquired, but so vital to the survival and overall success of your business. Use your guide to ensure you have all the right tools in your armoury to succeed in such uncertain times.

Special Report 69 - Effective collaboration

Collaboration has been a trendy buzz word in business lexicon for some time now, but, as the pandemic has done with many other ‘nice-to-have’ skills, it has now become absolutely necessary to master. With your colleagues, business partners, suppliers and all other stakeholders more than likely working from home, and maybe even across different locations and time zones, effective collaboration is essential.

Special Report 67- Problem solving

This month’s special report focuses on solving problems of all shapes and sizes in the workplace. Whatever your position in the hierarchy, there are practical hints and tips included to make your day-to-day work easier and more efficient.

Practical resources

A guide to operational resilience

A guide on what organisations need to do to design and embed a framework to deliver operational resilience, including guidance on how to audit operational resilience. The first of two papers on operational resilience for internal audit teams.

Thought leadership