A more culturally and demographically diverse workforce drives an organisation to be more relevant, innovative and ultimately more profitable, the World Congress of Accountants (WCOA) heard.
Is the tide turning on open-plan offices? New research has found that they can be counterproductive when workplace collaboration is needed.
For Ayesha Khanna, artificial intelligence must be an aide to humanity, not a destroyer of it. Ahead of her appearance at the World Congress of Accountants (WCOA), Khanna speaks to CPA Australia about AI, accounting and putting humans first.
Christy Chiu FCPA is using her financial and cultural knowledge to support the growth of a private university that is producing outstanding medical and healhcare professionals in Malaysia.
Parental lessons about the importance of independence, morals and committing to a good cause have helped Anna Tantau CPA succeed as an accountant and social justice advocate.
How can you make the shift from spending three-quarters of the day sitting to a more dynamic way of working? Researchers and workplace practitioners are standing up for standing.
Dr Bronwyn Rossingh FCPA has enjoyed an adventure-filled career, free from the status quo.
The rapid rise of the digital economy has raised a critical question for governments: how to devise a taxation regime that provides revenue without reducing the benefits that come from digitalisation.
Creativity has always been at the heart of human endeavours but in a time when information overload has become our daily reality, it can be hard to find the headspace for creative solutions. Sir Ken Robinson, appearing at the World Congress of Accountants (WCOA), explains how companies – and the individuals that comprise them – can cultivate the traits of imagination and creativity that lead to innovation.
It’s easy to emerge from a long meeting wondering why you were there and whether anything was achieved. Everyone complains about attending meetings, but there are ways to cut the time you spend in them.