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?
How can auditors be better sceptics?
Telling an auditor to be more sceptical is like teaching your grandmother to suck eggs, but accounting bodies clearly think scepticism could be better exercised within the profession. The question is how?
Great news for accountants...
They’re young, mobile, social and wired. They’re entering the workforce. And they’ll be crucial to the future success of your firm. Are you ready to engage with Generation Z?
This changes everything – why everybody’s talking about AI
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the wave of technologies that experts believe will revolutionise how we communicate, do business, even how we live our lives.
Global trade wars are piling pressure on the World Trade Organisation. Can it survive?
The World Trade Organisation (WTO) is having to work harder than ever to diffuse global tensions over international trade.
Is your firm ready for the always-on generation?
Brace yourselves. Just when we we’re coming to terms with the apparent seismic differences between Baby Boomers and Millennials up pops Generation Z to shake things up.