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It will be no surprise that from a world-leading Alliance of more than 65 highly-rated independent firms consistently delivering best-in-class international services and professional leadership in more than 100 countries across the globe, comes some of the most insightful and innovative thinking in the profession.
You can find those of those innovative and thought-leading observations and commentary in the rich archive here.
What happens when your senior partners retire?
Accountants who often advise clients on succession planning often struggle with their own planning when it comes to retirement.
How diversity and inclusion can add value in accounting
Forward-thinking accountancy firms are demonstrating diversity and inclusion can drive business.
Why audit is still big business
Contrary to popular belief, audit isn’t dead. In fact, it represents 40% of total fee income within Praxity – the world’s largest alliance of independent accounting and consulting firms.
Helping family businesses prepare for the future
Family businesses face a unique set of challenges to survive and prosper in the coming years. Independent accounting firms are helping them navigate a path to success.
Helping the public sector cope with disruption
The public sector is under increasing pressure to adapt to a new wave of big-hitting disruptors. Taking appropriate action could protect precious resources and benefit local communities.
Helping government contractors ride the storm
Government contractors worldwide have been hit by a perfect storm of business disruption. But help is at hand to manage the challenges.
Closing the critical skills gap in accounting
Qualified accountants are in demand as organisations seek new ways to add value in the digital age. There’s just one problem – a serious, ongoing skills gap.
How to improve ethical decision-making
As ethical behaviour becomes increasingly important in business, more and more companies are taking steps to address their ethical decision-making.
Why aren’t internal auditors being listened to?
Financial scandals in Australia have raised questions about the role of internal auditors on a global scale. Is there a problem with raising the red flag?