To paraphrase John F. Kennedy, success has a thousand fathers, but failure is an orphan. However, according to Colleen Macklin and John Sharp, authors of a new book, Iterate: Ten Lessons in Design and Failure*, failure often opens a critical path forward.
We all experience frustrating times in our careers, but if you find yourself asking the question, “Should I quit my job,” then you’ll want to review these five signs that it’s time to move on from your current role.
As vice-president of finance at the City Super Group in Hong Kong, Kim Tang CPA wants to deliver great financial results for the premium supermarket and retail chain, but not at the expense of ethics and integrity.
Accountants working in the manufacturing sector need a broad suite of skills to stay ahead of the competition. CPAs working in manufacturing say every day is different and the challenges bring opportunities to be innovative.
Bessie Zhang FCPA and Neville Lin CPA of ShinewingAustralia use their personalities and skill sets to meet the demands of challenging clients, while working well together.
A performance review is an opportunity to look forward as well as give constructive feedback. Here are five tips to improve the performance review process.
A career sponsor (or workplace sponsor) is someone who is both influential and willing to go to bat for you.
After realising he wanted a client-facing career, financial controller Ferdinand Kuncoro CPA switched from IT consulting to finance and accounting.
Glenn Scott FCPA uses his expertise to support the growth of NFPS. He also sits on the board of two organisations that share his passion for making a difference: Anglican Overseas Aid and Library for All.
Don’t search for perfection, look for a problem that needs solving, serial entrepreneur Jim McKelvey tells CPA Congress.