Organizations should be wary of assigning a chief audit executive to the role for a short, predetermined time.
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This article discusses what frontline managers can do to help women build skills and bolster aspiration and confidence.
Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority CFO Scott Adair, CPA, CGMA, describes how he covers skills gaps in the public transportation sector.
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Organizations can benefit from encouraging employees to take time away from work.
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CPAs must possess strong technical skills, but soft skills are also key.
When groupthink occurs, the benefits of diversity can be lost.
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U.S. finance executives are generally unfazed by the potential outcome of the presidential election.
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