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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.

An explorative study of professional accountants' perceptions of interpersonal communication in organisations

Maubane, Phillipine Modima. January 2006 (has links)
Thesis (M.Com.(Communication Management))--University of Pretoria, 2006. / Executive summary in English. Includes bibliographical references. Available on the Internet via the World Wide Web.

An Analysis of the Success and Failure Factors of Accounting Graduates from Predominantly Black Colleges and Universities Who are Employed by Big Eight Accounting Firms

Marshall, Clifford L. (Clifford Leon) 08 1900 (has links)
The major thrust of this study is to identify factors that contribute to turnover of black accountants in public accounting and to identify the factors that lead to the success or failure of black accountants. This research was limited to the eight largest national public accounting firms in the United States (the Big Eight). Open-ended questions about the reasons for (1) turnover of black accountants in public accounting firms, (2) success of black accountants in public accounting firms, and (3) failure of black accountants in public accounting firms were presented to three groups of respondents. The population includes (1) personnel managers and supervising personnel in Big Eight firms, (2) black accountants who are either presently or were previously employed by Big Eight firms, and (3) accounting faculty members at predominantly black institutions.

Bemarking in 'n diensbedryf met spesifieke verwysing na professionele rekenmeestersfirmas.

Meyer, Louis Jacobus 11 June 2014 (has links)
M.Comm. (Business Management) / Please refer to full text to view abstract.

Performance evaluation in CPA firms : an empirical test of an evaluation model of directed job effort /

Jiambalvo, James January 1977 (has links)
No description available.

A study of a role within internal control, internal review for accountants of R. O. C Military¡XA Case Study Based on One Unite

Wang, Yen-ping 16 July 2008 (has links)
In recent years, upon the urgent request of increasing administrative efficiency by all circles, how to maximize the effect from the limitative resource shall be the goal that every unit of Armed Forces has to labour on. Internal control, internal review and internal auditing can be the unlackable roles In these process. Every unit can reach more outcomes in promoting effect and performing financial resource if use them perfectly. Loopholes that influence the order of financial affairs still occur from time to time. Researcher wants to probe into the roles of supervising in military organization. How can they establish a system which promote what is beneficial and abolish what is harmful to reach the goal of reorganization. This study probes into role performing of accountants by questionnaire method under internal control, internal review and internal auditing system, also referring to related documents as researching tools of this study. The object of the questionnaire will be members of Naval Command and it¡¦s subunits. The result of this study is as follows: 1.There are highly identifications but no differences by point of view from (non)accounts in institution, execution and outcome of internal control, internal review and internal auditing system. 2.In the internal control system, there are no remarkable differences in execution and outcome from gender, age, education, seniority, rank and position of accountants. There are differences in institution from positions of supervisor or non-supervisor. 3.In the internal review system, there are no remarkable differences in institution, execution and outcome from gender, age, education, seniority, rank and position of accountants, which leads a result that the accountants have a highly identification in the internal review roles. 4.In the internal audit system, there are differences in outcome from age and rank of accountants, as well in institution and execution from seniority. Suggestion on the follow-up researcher: 1.Review the limitation and deficient of this study. 2.State to relevant topics which this research institute derive, in order to offer to a follow-up researcher and consult.

A study of candidate performance on the uniform CPA examinations in Arizona from May 1942 to May 1958

Bauman, John Jay, 1921- January 1959 (has links)
No description available.

Factors that Influence Accountants’ Selection of Delivery Modalities for Professional Development

Ross, Kathleen 01 May 2012 (has links)
The obligation to maintain and develop professional competence throughout an individual’s career is a fundamental requirement of a maintaining a professional accounting designation. Accountants can select their continuing professional development (CPD) from a number of modalities. The study was a cross sectional sample created by self selection from a researchers' email invitation to accountants in Canada to determine which modalities accountants preferred, and the selection factors they used in making those selections. A total of 428 accountants from across Canada completed the online survey. The results found that the accountants had taken courses in all modalities presented with live seminar and live webinar being the most popular modalities. Accountants preferred synchronous over asynchronous courses. The factors most important to accountants are content, cost and CPD hour requirements. Generally, the differences found in selection factors for distance versus face-to-face modalities related to the flexibility of the distance course to reduce time away from work. The ranking of selection factors for synchronous courses in general did not differ from those for asynchronous courses with the exception of self-paced courses where the pace and time away from work were ranked higher than for other courses. Further research is suggested to determine the value of both live and recorded seminars and webinars, as well as potential opportunities for mobile modality use for CPD courses. Additional research should be conducted to determine why differences were found in ranking in demographics in order to ensure that future CPD courses are offered in modalities that provide benefits for all respondents. / 2012-06

Succession planning strategies to attract partners at professional services firms

Turton, Roberta 24 September 2013 (has links)
As the struggle to attract, engage and develop talent in knowledge intensive firms increases, this paper sought to uncover succession-planning strategies professional services firms may employ to attract Chartered Accountants to partnership. Designed as an organizational action research study, this investigation elicited the perspectives of Chartered Accountants using a survey and interviews. Chartered Accountants at all stages of their career development at Collins Barrow Calgary LLP were targeted, including newly designated professionals, Managers, Senior Managers and Partners. The study found that although the role of partner is unclear to research participants, autonomy, compensation and an established firm infrastructure are enticing. Study recommendations included the creation of a compelling vision to educate and engage prospective partners, communicating attractants and barriers to advancement to partner and enhancing existing partnership talent development programs. This organizational action research project was designed in full compliance with Royal Roads University's (RRU) (2007) Research Ethics Policy.

CFOn som strategisk affärspartner : En studie på den svenska marknaden

Samuelsson, Wilhelm, Björklund, Britta January 2014 (has links)
Forskning har visat att företags ekonomifunktioner de senaste åren genomgått en förändring, från att tidigare arbetat med klassiska ekonomi-relaterade uppgifter till att bli mer involverade i företagens strategiarbete och beslutsprocesser. Syftet med studien var att förklara hur långt chefen för ekonomifunktionen, CFOn, har kommit i sin rollutveckling mot strategiskt affärspartnerskap i Sverige, samt vilka organisatoriska förutsättningar och personliga karaktärsdrag som CFOs själva anser är viktiga för att uppnå ett framgångsrikt strategiskt affärspartnerskap. Som teoretisk utgångspunkt användes ett ramverk kring management accountants (MAs), då en jämförelse av akademisk forskning av MAs och praktisk forskning av CFOn, indikerar stora likheter mellan dessa roller. Studien genomfördes i form av en kvalitativ studie av fem CFOs för stora, svenska företag. Det framkom att CFOerna i undersökningen har kommit långt i utvecklingen av sin strategiska roll, samt att de personliga karaktärsdragen och organisatoriska förutsättningarna liknar de som studerats för MAs, med några viktiga skillnader.

Entrepreneur or accountant? an exploratory study of accounting public practitioners and their accounting practices in Victoria and Tasmania

Dunkley, Mary E. January 2009 (has links)
Abstract not available.

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