Category: Best Practice

Category: Best Practice

IFRS 16 And IAS 36: The impairment test of the use rights

The IFRS 16 first year of life has just ended and the first financial balances…

The non-financial statement

In a period in which the acronym ESG (Environment-Social-Governance) …

IFRS 16: Is it always easy to find a lease?

IFRS 16 certainly represents one of the more significant innovations of…

Enterprise social responsibility and sustainability reporting

Ban Ki-Moon, general secretary of ONU, has been able to summarize the concept…

The IFRS16 precept: the impacts on the lessee
A detailed forecast of sales curves and any form of business activity related to it, helps produce a more efficient supply chain and, furthermore provides tools to increase business profitability.
Why (still) overlooking the revenue?
A detailed forecast of sales curves and any form of business activity related to it, helps produce a more efficient supply chain and, furthermore provides tools to increase business profitability.
A practical approach to Sales and Operational Planning
A detailed forecast of sales curves and any form of business activity related to it, helps produce a more efficient supply chain and, furthermore provides tools to increase business profitability.
A practical approach to Cash Flow Planning
Forecasting financial sustainability to help support business strategy in the best way possible. Here below are the various project planning methods related to cash flow planning, with the help of practical examples which may be used as a starting point to reflect and better understand and undertake this type of process.
A practical approach to Human Resources Planning
Structuring the staff plan and staff costs is an important goal in the many business realities where labour costs have a particularly significant weight on the income statement. In general, HR planning is a process that is divided into two phases: the first one is dedicated to the planning of the forecasted staff plan and the second to the building of costs for each unit of planning (single person and/or type profiles). Staff plan and costs margins are loaded, and completed if necessary, creating the basis for HR management control and variance analysis.

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