Read predictions on the future of management accounting, look back on Canadian accounting history and forecast what's next for work and society
TORONTO, Nov. 5, 2013 /CNW/ - The November/December issue of CMA magazine is now online. This collector's issue reflects on nearly 100 years of the magazine's history and looks to the future of management accounting. 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 strategy, management and accounting.
"The past eight months saw a flurry of activity as we pieced together 93 years of CMA history," says Mara Gulens, CMA magazine's editor-in-chief. "It's hard to say goodbye, so we decided to go out in style with a special collector's issue."
Highlights of this special issue include a retrospective timeline of the magazine's history in Back and Forth, predictions of what will make a future leader in Report from 2063 and a chat about social media and society with science and technology writer Clive Thompson in Conversation.
More in this issue:
- Two CMAs (one is 24, the other is 95) reflect on their work in Now and Then
- Timeless Classics reveals 10 business books that won't grow old
- Magazine covers in Retro Spotlight showcase how things have changed
- The poll presents reader thoughts on what has remained unchanged since they began working as CMAs
About CPA Canada
CPA Canada is the national organization established to support unification of the Canadian accounting profession under the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation. It was created by the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (CICA) and The Society of Management Accountants of Canada (CMA Canada) to provide services to all CPA, CA, CMA and CGA accounting bodies that have unified or are committed to unification. As part of the unification effort, CPA Canada and the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada (CGA-Canada) are working toward integrating their operations. Unification will enhance the influence, relevance and contribution of the Canadian accounting profession both at home and internationally.
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SOURCE: CPA Canada
For further information:
Tobin Lambie, Principal, Media, Strategic Communications, Branding & Public Affairs
CPA Canada, [email protected]