Journal of Accountancy
A major firm leader explains why “leadership is about human connections” and why traits formerly known as soft skills are now must-haves instead of nice-to-haves. Listen to the podcast or read the transcript.
Finance executives in business and industry have grown more pessimistic about their own organizations since the start of the year. This podcast episode with transcript analyzes the reasons for leaders’ concern.
Hackers are now using bots to identify and attack cybersecurity vulnerabilities on a mass scale. What can accountants do to bolster their defenses? Find out from technology and cybersecurity expert Roman Kepczyk in the latest episode of the Journal of Accountancy podcast.
Technology leaders in accounting discuss digital assets, what CPAs need to know about Web 3.0, and more in this podcast episode with transcript.
Technology leaders in accounting discuss when and when not to use ChatGPT and robotic process automation in this podcast episode with transcript.
A CPA firm leader-turned-company president discusses what he knew and what he wished he had known before a career switch, the importance of emotional intelligence, and why “base hits” are sometimes not the right approach to performance management.
Terrell Williams, paralyzed from the waist down after being shot six years ago, is taking steps to become a CPA. He retells the story of that day and explains why purpose is now part of his pursuit in this podcast episode with transcript.
A firm leader and one of the firm’s income partners go into detail on how the firm’s approach to partner compensation has created a more unified work environment.
A CPA who advises candidates on CPA Exam preparation and their careers shares her story and reasons she thinks the 150-hour educational requirement is important.
Joey Havens, CPA, a partner at a major firm, explains how to build enduring culture and why professionals should have an anticipatory mindset in this podcast episode with transcript.