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How to meet the challenge of the open workforce Logo cgma

  Samantha White & Kim Nilsen |   Free |   AICPA & CIMA |   11 Nov 2014 |   CGMA Magazine

Companies across the globe are embracing the “open workforce” model, a trend that has been fuelled by globalisation and digitisation. Firms increasingly rely on external staff as well as their permanent in-house employees to meet their business needs. This article discusses the challenges and risks of the open workforce as well as implications on management strategy.

Topics covered:
  • Management accounting: Business: Strategy, Advanced
  • Management accounting: People: Collaboration & partnering, Advanced
  • Management accounting: Leadership: Driving performance, Advanced
  • Employee benefit plan auditing: Business: Strategy, Advanced
  • Employee benefit plan auditing: People: Collaboration & partnering, Advanced
  • Employee benefit plan auditing: Leadership: Driving performance, Advanced
  • Governmental auditing: Business: Strategy, Advanced
  • Governmental auditing: People: Collaboration & partnering, Advanced
  • Governmental auditing: Leadership: Driving performance, Advanced
  • Financial accounting & reporting: Business: Strategy, Advanced
  • Financial accounting & reporting: People: Collaboration & partnering, Advanced
  • Financial accounting & reporting: Leadership: Driving performance, Advanced
  • Assurance: Business: Strategy, Advanced
  • Assurance: People: Collaboration & partnering, Advanced
  • Assurance: Leadership: Driving performance, Advanced
  • Not-for-profit: Business: Strategy, Advanced
  • Not-for-profit: People: Collaboration & partnering, Advanced
  • Not-for-profit: Leadership: Driving performance, Advanced
  • IT management & assurance: Business: Strategy, Advanced
  • IT management & assurance: People: Collaboration & partnering, Advanced
  • IT management & assurance: Leadership: Driving performance, Advanced
  • Firm practice management: Business: Strategy, Advanced
  • Firm practice management: People: Collaboration & partnering, Advanced
  • Firm practice management: Leadership: Driving performance, Advanced
  • Tax: Business: Strategy, Advanced
  • Tax: People: Collaboration & partnering, Advanced
  • Tax: Leadership: Driving performance, Advanced
  • Forensic & valuation services: Business: Strategy, Advanced
  • Forensic & valuation services: People: Collaboration & partnering, Advanced
  • Forensic & valuation services: Leadership: Driving performance, Advanced
  • Fair value measurement: Business: Strategy, Advanced
  • Fair value measurement: People: Collaboration & partnering, Advanced
  • Fair value measurement: Leadership: Driving performance, Advanced
  • Personal financial planning: Business: Strategy, Advanced
  • Personal financial planning: People: Collaboration & partnering, Advanced
  • Personal financial planning: Leadership: Driving performance, Advanced

2 Comments/Reflections

Peter Barker

Peter Barker Feb 2016

The rate of organisational change is increasing. Global organisations such as the one I work in will need to carefully consider the impact of managing a growing external workforce. The five characteristics highlighted are useful pointers to consider to help a business succeed in this environment.

Peter Barker

Peter Barker Feb 2016

The rate of organisational change is increasing. Global organisations such as the one I work in will need to carefully consider the impact of managing a growing external workforce. The five characteristics highlighted are useful pointers to consider to help a business succeed in this environment.