An accounting professor and author with a background in corporate America shares considerations and key questions when it comes to parsing and presenting data.
Journal of Accountancy podcast episodes
Hear an encore presentation of an entrepreneur and consultant’s thoughts on the CPA profession’s “really interesting inflection point” and his lessons from innovation leaders from around the world. The podcast also has a full transcript.
A firm managing director explains how he would approach the start of his career if he could begin again, what’s next for remote and hybrid work, and how organizations can ramp up risk management.
Hear a midsummer update on skills, finance leadership opportunities, and some of the focus areas of the Future of Finance Leadership Advisory Group in this podcast episode with transcript.
Two CPA leaders analyze the critical issues identified by firms in a recent survey, including IRS service, succession planning, retention, and more.
Get the rundown on changes proposed by the 2024 CPA Exam Blueprints, and why there’s a need for updates, in this podcast episode with transcript.
A Vermont CPA explains his family’s accounting lineage, why he’s so intent on listening, and how he’s progressing on several travel quests in this podcast episode with transcript.
How can organizations take a smarter approach to risk management in a highly risky time? An expert on the topic passes on best practices and results from a recent survey report in this podcast episode with transcript.
An author and Harvard Business School professor explains why companies should have a larger role in society than providing shareholder value in this podcast episode with transcript.
Aaron Beam, the former CFO at HealthSouth, discusses his tenure at the company and offers advice for professionals about fraud in this podcast episode with transcript from a 2018 conversation.