Three major research projects designed to look at new ways of improving
financial management among organisations, have been funded by the Chartered
Institute of Management Accountants.
The three research projects will be:
– ‘Management accounting innovations and fads: can we understand them
better?’, which is aimed at coming to a better understanding of how to adopt
‘new’ management accounting innovations.
– ‘Don’t Blame the Tools! The Effective Assimilation of Managerial
Innovations’, which will explore the effective assimilation of managerial
innovations by organisations and;
– ‘Creating and Popularising a Global Management Accounting Idea: the Case of
the Balanced Scorecard’, which will address how the idea of a management
accounting innovation be made real and meaningful to managers.
The projects will be led by both UK and overseas finance and accounting
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