When the Institute of Management Accountants received the resignation of president and chief executive officer Paul Sharman last month, it didn’t take long to find a replacement.Within hours, the institute’s board of directors tapped Jeffrey C. Thomson as his successor

“Jeff was the most likely choice for the job, since he is one of the principal architects behind IMA’s strategic plan,” explained IMA chairman John Pollara. “He has respect for IMA’s staff, board and outside stakeholders who are necessary for moving IMA forward. Since joining the staff of IMA three years ago, he’s been key to revitalizing the organization’s research practice, advocacy efforts and strategic planning.”

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