Professional Accountants in Business Strategy and Work Plan for 2010-2012

IFAC
Sep 30, 2010 | Surveys & Reports
24 Pages
English

This strategy and work plan sets out IFAC’s vision, strategic direction, and corresponding work plan in relation to professional accountants in business for the period 2010–2012. Prepared by the PAIB Committee, the strategy is cast within the context of the current and anticipated environment and the perceived needs of organizations in general. It sets the direction and priorities of IFAC’s services relevant to professional accountants in business. The strategy is incorporated into the overall IFAC Strategic Plan for 2011–2014, and the work plan is reflected in the overall IFAC Operational Plan for 2011 and in the budgets for 2011 and 2012.

The activities defined in the strategy, particularly those relating to enhancing the profile of professional accountants in business and providing an influential voice for professional accountants in business, require close collaboration across IFAC’s activity areas.

 

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