Read about surviving a merger, tech predictions and fostering innovation
TORONTO, May 1, 2013 /CNW/ - The May/June issue of CMA magazine is now online at http://cmamagazine.dgtlpub.com/?i=2662. This issue focuses on the changing landscape of business and
relationships through mergers, collaborations and innovation. Published
by the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada), CMA magazine is the go-to read for accountants and business professionals interested
in the latest trends in accounting, management and strategy.
"This is a time of change for Canada's accounting profession. On April
1, we became the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada," says
Mara Gulens, CMA magazine's editor-in-chief. "But that's just one of many transformations. If
you're not feeling change in your professional or personal life, then
consider the weather, the economy and technology. Change is
Highlighted features in this issue of CMA magazine include a look at four topics CMAs can't ignore in Game Changers and an examination of how Bell Aliant thrived post-merger in Two to One. Culture Clash looks at whether or not your merger will succeed, regardless of how it
appears on paper.
More in this issue:
Discover how to land a job you'll love in Pack Your Parachute.
Change It Up! takes a look at four books that foster innovation.
See what five CMAs have gained through personal and professional
transition in What I've Learned.
Get an insider's analysis on future tech predictions in Four Warned.
Plus, take the CMA magazine poll and tell us what you think are the biggest attractions to working
About Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada)
CPA Canada is the national organization representing the Chartered
Professional Accountant (CPA) profession in Canada. The Canadian
Institute of Chartered Accountants (CICA) and The Society of Management
Accountants of Canada (CMA Canada) created the organization on January
1, 2013, to support unification of the Canadian accounting profession
under the CPA banner. CPAs will serve the public interest across all
sectors of the economy with integrity, sound ethical practices,
disciplined regulation and proven strategic management and financial
expertise. Accounting bodies representing almost 90 per cent of
Canada's professional accountants are committed to unification or have
already merged under the CPA banner.
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SOURCE: CPA Canada
For further information:
Cindy Ruocco, Manager, Strategic Communications, Branding & Public Affairs
CPA Canada, firstname.lastname@example.org
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