There is a new generation of virtual careers and virtual organisations, but what does this mean for the CFO and the finance function? Steve Seymour asks if the vision of the future is one of virtual profits being measured by virtual CFOs or if that is just the imagination running wild.
Seymour, S. (2008) Digital Dawn, CIMA - Excellence in Leadership, Issue 7, pp. 64 - 66, September
Virtual careers and virtual organisations are seen as the way forward - so what does this mean for the role of the CFO and the finance function? Is the vision or the future one of virtual profits being measured by virtual CFOs or is that just imagination running wild? Steve Seymour gathers varying perspectives and shares his findings with FDE
Seymour, S. (2008) Make way for the virtual CFO, Finance Director Europe, Issue 3, pp. 74 -76, August
Seymour, S. (2007) Make way for the virtual CFO? Internal working paper, Ashridge
Includes definitions of costing terminology and presents a case study which covers a comparison of high fixed and variable cost businesses, overhead apportionment/allocation, marginal costing, standard costing and budgeting.
Jones, D. & Seymour, S. (2001) Costing & Management Accounting, Ashridge Learning Resource Centre Learning Guides, September
Seymour, S. & Finlay, P. (1998) EPA 1990: Environmental Protection Act or Effective Privatisation Activity?, British Academy of Management Conference, September
Seymour, S. & Finlay, P. (1997) EPA 1990: Environmental Protection Act or Effective Privatisation Activity?, East Midlands Environmental Conference, July
Piper, J.A. & Seymour, S. (1989) Accounting for Highways Direct Labour Organisations: the Illusion of Success, Loughborough University Business School, Department of Management Studies Working Paper No. 203, February