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Canadian Controllership Guide Volume I: Planning and Reporting
By: Jeffrey D. Sherman, MBA, CIM, FCPA, FCA
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Controllership is the art and science of managing accounting processes in an organization. The first in a two-part series, Canadian Controllership Guide – Volume I: Planning and Reporting is a reference resource for experienced controllers and their staffs, and a how-to manual for new controllers and financial managers. This book is designed to be easy to use. It is written in a straightforward and direct style, with practical checklists and forms to ensure you have the right systems and processes in place. Canadian Controllership Guide – Volume I: Planning and Reporting will help you:
  • Understand controllership fundamentals
  • Improve internal control and risk management
  • Diagnose problems and find the solutions
  • Improve your strategic planning and budgeting processes
  • Control information
  • Table of Contents
    • Chapter 1 Controllership fundamentals
    • Chapter 2 Risk management
    • Chapter 3 Control
    • Chapter 4 Strategy and planning
    • Chapter 5 Budgeting
    • Chapter 6 Information technology
    • Chapter 7 Business process improvement
    • Chapter 8 Performance measurement
    • Chapter 9 Financial reporting
About the Author
Jeffrey D. Sherman, MBA, CIM, FCPA, FCA, is chief financial officer of Atrium Mortgage Investment Corporation. He has over 20 years' experience as a corporate director and executive in high tech, biotechnology/medical, financial services, and business services. His interests include corporate governance, risk management and internal control, corporate finance, restructuring and start-up enterprises and initial public offerings. Mr. Sherman is a popular presenter, and was an adjunct professor at York University (Toronto) for 15 years. He is a frequent course director and course author for many organizations across Canada, and has written many magazine articles and over twenty books including Canadian Treasury Management, and Financial Instruments: A Guide for Financial Managers.