Financial statements need the input of more stakeholders than accountants, and accountants, too, need to think more broadly - their skill set is becoming more valuable as the need for better communication and broader valuation expertise becomes a normal part of the job.
Digital services firm Tigerspike has set is sights on improving people's lives through technology. Its COO Charley Rowley CPA says it's humans, not technology, that drive the business forward.
Can blockchain revolutionise accounting? Is the cost worth the as-yet-to-be-delivered benefits? Find out now.
Darren Smith CPA explains how encouraging staff to get on top of their financial health early can benefit your public practice.
Automation has its limits when it comes to auditing, but Shelley Banton says it's possible to harness the best of both worlds to benefit auditor and client.
Neville Onley and Alfa D'Amato are showing how finance professionals working with medical staff in the New South Wales health system are delivering better outcomes.
Founder and director of ClarityNT in Alice Springs, Claire Young CPA has developed remote working for staff and clients across the Norther Territory, but says face-to-face meetings are still important.
As managing director, ANZ, of global software company Zendesk, Amy Foo CPA is responsible for driving the brand’s growth across Australia and New Zealand – and she says the only way is up.
There are more women in leadership roles than 10 years ago, but Ruth Medd FCPA and Claire Braund say greater gender diversity will improve an organisation's IQ.
Serial entrepreneur Phil Richards FCPA, author of The Entrepreneurial Accountant, straddles two worlds. Part qualified accountant, part tech pioneer, he outlines his formula for success in both areas.