A keynote speaker at the upcoming AICPA & CIMA CFO Conference recounts the reaction he first got from his boss to a TEDx talk about managing people that has since gone viral.
The CEO of a top 100 CPA firm shares more about her unconventional journey to becoming a CPA and why she seeks out unconventional talent in this podcast episode with transcript.
Most respondents in a quarterly survey are worried about inflation. But there’s a bit of a thaw in pessimism since the fourth quarter of last year. Learn more in this podcast episode with transcript.
Kapil Mehta, CPA, CGMA, is CFO and COO at Allied Digital Services LLC in Torrance, Calif.
Consultant Pascal Finette rejoins the JofA podcast to discuss the importance of “lifting your gaze” and answering the question “What can I create?”
A workforce transformation expert explains why it’s encouraging to her that CFOs are focusing more on people issues in this podcast episode with transcript.
Reestablishing old relationships may feel intimidating but can be very rewarding. These five strategies can help to reconnect.
Through scouting improvements and setting up remote IT networks, the Kansas City Chiefs’ CFO shares the role finance plays for a Super Bowl regular.
Anoop Natwar Mehta is traveling the country, meeting with the next generation of accounting professionals. Along the way, he’s gained some valuable perspective that can fuel company leaders’ efforts to hire the best and brightest.
Effective communication is an essential skill for accountants and finance professionals. Here are five basic tactics that impactful communicators use.
The percentage of CFOs who are women hit an all-time high last year, and racial and ethnic minorities also continue to make gains in obtaining roles in the C-suite, according to an annual report from Crist Kolder.
Tanner Johnson, CPA, CGMA, is vice president of global finance operations at Nike, working out of its Beaverton, Ore., office.
Become a better adviser to colleagues and clients by strengthening your data storytelling skills.
The co-founder of a leading CPA firm explains why Monday is his favorite day of the week, how his firm got out of the “rat race” of hourly billing, and how it has adapted after a merger in this podcast episode with transcript.
Felipe Crespo reached the pinnacle as a baseball player, and now he’s reaching new heights with his accounting firm in Puerto Rico.
The chair of the PCPS Executive Committee shares more about her nontraditional path to CPA firm ownership in this podcast episode with transcript.
Asking employees the right questions can give organizations what they need to know to hold onto staff. Learn how, when, and why to gather this valuable feedback.
A bank CFO shares why he became an early adopter of a new apprenticeship program, how it’s helping with his organization’s talent issues, and why peers now call him “the apprenticeship guy.”
A leader in the accounting profession shares hopes for the new year, discusses what’s next for remote work, and explains why change fatigue should be addressed.
Updates to the CPA Exam Blueprints introduce flexibility and reflect the changing role and demands of today’s CPAs. Three sections of the Exam will cover Core competency skills, and the candidate can select a Discipline for the fourth section.