IFRS Project Management – 5 Phase Conversion Model

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In successfully planning any project, one very useful tool is a project management model. The 5 Phase model for conversion of Canadian GAAP to IFRS is discussed in this web-site. It is one of many different approaches that a company can take, and can be adapted to organizations of any size. The 5 Phases are as follows:

• Phase 1 – Diagnostics
• Phase 2 – Design and Planning
• Phase 3 – Solution Development
• Phase 4 – Implementation
• Phase 5 – Post Implementation Review

Please read the documentation relating to all phases, and work streams detailed in this web-site. Acknowledgements for this model go to CICA and E&Y.

I hope this helps. This is one of a series of blogs that is meant to convey information relating to Canada’s transition from Canadian GAAP to IFRS.

For further information, please refer to the ongoing series of IFRS blogs on the Edelkoort Smethurst Schein CPA’s LLP web-site and please remember to contact your accounting professional for further guidance.
 

Edelkoort | Smethurst | Schein CPAs LLP is located in Burlington Ontario servicing the Golden Horseshoe and Greater Toronto Area and beyond. The firm is fully licensed with CPA Ontario to provide assurance, tax and accounting services as well as registered as tax preparers with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) & Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The firm is also registered as an IRS Certified Acceptance Agent.

All blog posts published on this site are for informational purposes only and do not constitute professional advice. Readers should contact a professional to discuss their individual situation. Neither the author or the accounting firm shall accept any liability for any reliance placed on the information posted.

2016-10-14T13:26:52+00:00

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