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Making Inclusion a Priority for the Board
 

Making Inclusion a Priority for the Board

Posted: November 12, 2019
Whether it’s a board of directors or board of trustees, today’s boards are more diverse than they were even five years ago. When an inclusive culture also exists at an organiza­tion, true change is possible. It’s a board’s responsibility to help govern an organiza­tion with an awareness of both diversity and inclusion policies.

5 Skills Necessary to Transition from CFO to CEO
 

5 Skills Necessary to Transition from CFO to CEO

Posted: September 16, 2019
It takes a special combination of ambition and abilities for a CFO to climb to the top spot on the org chart. Five traits are particularly important for CFOs to possess if they want to succeed as CEOs.


Firm Leaders Should Spend Up to Half Their Time on Change
 

Firm Leaders Should Spend Up to Half Their Time on Change

Posted: June 20, 2019
Given the scale of the disruption facing the accounting profession — and the level of resistance to that disruption — firm leaders and managing partners may need to spend anywhere from 15 percent to 50 percent of their time leading and managing change initiatives.


From the NJCPA Focus blog

  • Becoming a Winning Team: Take a Lesson From the Super Bowl

    by Joseph Tarasco, CEO and senior consultant, Accountants Advisory Group, LLC | Feb 05, 2019
    As we look back on the Super Bowl, keep in mind that leading and managing an accounting firm is like coaching a football team — you play the game to win it, not just to play it.

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