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Transforming the Accounting Profession to Improve the World

I originally started this blog 6 years ago to start building my personal brand and to help promote the mindset change that was needed to make our world a better place. I thought that by taking a broad approach to promoting the values and philosophies that I could inspire the next generation of business professionals … Continue reading

IT Audit-related Academic Research Can Help Move the Profession Forward

I spent last Thursday and half of Friday in the first Journal of Information Systems Conference (JISC), co-sponsored by the AICPA and Caseware IDEA.  This conference was the first that brought academic researchers from the American Accounting Association’s (AAA) Accounting Information Systems (AIS) section together with professionals from the AICPA’s Information Management and Technology Assurance … Continue reading

Giving Thanks for Opportunity

As I reflect on what I am thankful for this year, I really am thankful for the gifts from others that have helped me to be successful in all my endeavors. So I thought I’d write a little mini-series sharing some insight into these gifts over the Thanksgiving weekend.  My first two posts were about … Continue reading

Ensuring that you’re inspiring your staff

A quick video tidbit from Ernie Almonte, CPA and former chairman of the AICPA about how leaders in organizations need to ensure that they are inspiring their younger generations and setting a good tone from the top: Are You Under-Inspiring Young CPAs. He’s talking about CPA firms, but the principles he’s discussing are universal to … Continue reading

Proud to be a CPA? Yes! But…

In his last Chair letter, AICPA Chair Paul Stahlin called on all CPAs to display our credential whenever possible: As I near the end of my very exciting and rewarding year as AICPA board chairman, I want to talk a little about introductions. That may seem like a strange topic to bring up so late … Continue reading

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