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Do We Need to Shift to Competency-based Professional Education?

Everyone knows that the current continuing professional education (CPE) model in the CPA profession is broken, and while there is a lot of discussion about the future of learning and how the model has to change, the only ones that I know who are making huge strides in enacting the changes is the Indiana CPA … Continue reading

Creating a Framework for Professional Development Planning

In the last blog post, I defined the Knowledge Domain Map for Accounting Professionals (see Diagram) and provided examples of the types of training that would fall into various domains.  Now I want to look at some case studies of how the knowledge domain map can be used as a planning tool for a firm’s … Continue reading

Understanding the Domains of Accountant Professional Development

As I gained exposure to the variety of training available to accountants, I started to become confused and wasn’t sure how to differentiate between the multitude of events.  In-firm training, state society training, national conferences, vendor training, vendor conferences, industry conferences, and a variety of workshops and “academies”, the categories alone are overwhelming. Reflecting on … Continue reading

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