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An examination into the changing role of the chief financial officer in Irish listed companies: a 21st century perspective
The role of the CFO is a hotly debated topic. Multiple articles have been written on the subject. Some have advocated that the CFO is now firmly a strategic partner in organisational life, while others see it as a financial ...
An investigation into the appointment role and success of examinership in Ireland
Overview Legislation governing the process of Examinership was introduced by the Companies (Amendment) Act, 1990.The current economic climate has left many companies facing extreme difficulties meeting financial ...
A qualitative investigation of corporate governance in Irish PLC's:the perceptions of auditors
Corporate governance was dominated by corporate scandals across the world involving such companies as Enron, WorldCom, Tyco, Parmalat, Polly Peck, and Maxwell. Over the last two decades a number of reports have been ...
Networking industry and academia: evidence from FUSION projects in Ireland
Graduate development programmes such as FUSION continue to be seen by policymakers, higher education institutions and SMEs as a primary means of strengthening higher education-to-business links and in turn improving the ...
What influences accounting student’s attitudes towards the accounting profession - a north west experience
This study explores several issues which have been linked with influencing a student’s attitude toward the accounting profession. These issues include the factors that influence their choice of career, their decision to ...
Using formative assessment to teach academic writing skills at Level 9
To ascertain student perceptions of the usefulness of formative assessment in the teaching and learning of academic writing skills at level 9.
The national service indicators within local government: a managers perspective
Overview Public sector organisations face unprecedented pressure to improve service quality while progressively lowering their costs. They are also expected to become more accountable, customer focused and responsive ...
Utilising a minority language to develop brand identity: an evaluation of current practice using the Irish language
This article examines current practice in relation to the use of the Irish language for branding within the manufacturing and internationally traded services sector. lt identifies the motivations for the use of a minority ...
Evaluating techniques of finding a path in a dynamic digital search domain
Moving from one point to another in an efficient yet effective manner has always been a problem for people. The same problem can be related to mathematical graph theory, where moving from one co-ordinate to another ...