Paul Sharman says that he's trying to save the management accountant community. Actually, he sounds like he's trying to save the nation.But it looks like he may have to save China first.
As president and chief executive officer of the Institute of Management Accountants, Sharman has been struggling to hoist his professional organization out of a decade of doldrums and decline.
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