This is from the "Accounting Makes Cents" podcast episode #8 released on Monday, 7 March 2022. In today’s episode, we’re going to tackle the three primary forces in project management. These are time, quality and cost involved in the project. An uneven strength of one force causes an imbalance that could destruct the success of … Continue reading The Trilemma Between Time, Cost, and Quality
This is from the "Accounting Makes Cents" podcast episode #7 released on Monday, 21 February 2022. In today’s episode, we will be discussing how remote work from home could be analysed as either a hygiene factor or a motivator using the motivational theory called Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory. https://open.spotify.com/episode/1IDHKRxD7mj5oiqtgAl9zA?si=JWT0e_7SQ66TWfWOccOPcA Jump to show notes. Herzberg Two-Factor Theory … Continue reading Work From Home – A Hygiene or a Motivator?
CIMA's latest pass rates are currently available on its website. Pass rates for all case study levels remained steady from August to November 2021. Operational level was steady from 53% in August to 52% in November. The percentage still seems a lot lower and could still be improved. Management level jumped slightly from 68% in … Continue reading CIMA Exam Pass Rates – November 2021
This is from the "Accounting Makes Cents" podcast episode #6 released on Monday, 7 February 2022. In today’s episode we are going to talk about the objective test exams, or OTs. In your CIMA professional qualification journey, you will encounter 9 OT exams, 3 in each of the 3 levels. If you guys remember, the … Continue reading Addressing the OTQs – What’s the Strategy?
This is from the "Accounting Makes Cents" podcast episode #5 released on Monday, 24 January 2022. So what I wanted to do for this episode is to start off from where I got the inspiration for today’s topic. The title of this episode is the Trolley Problem. And for children of ethical studies, you will … Continue reading The CIMA Code of Ethics and the Trolley Problem