This CPE course is included in the 50+ hours of CGMA Strategic Management Accounting . It can also be purchased individually or as a part of Strategy Development and Implementation This CPE course defines strategies, with a focus on long term plans and competitive advantage, and describes the levels of strategy. It looks at the rational, emergent, incrementalism and freewheeling models, and accounting-led, market-led and competence-based approaches to formulating strategies. It also describes the role of senior management and management accountants in the process of strategy formulation. Topics Discussed: The process of strategy formulation. The role and responsibility of the board of directors and senior managers in making strategic decisions (including issues of due diligence, fiduciary responsibilities and corporate social responsibility). The role of the Chartered Global Management Accountant in the strategy formulation process.
Identify the processes of strategic analysis. Identify and evaluate strategic options, including the application of the suitability, acceptability and feasibility framework. Identify the roles and responsibilities of directors and the strategic management accountant in the strategy formulation and implementation process.
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