GLOBALIZATION & MARKETPLACE

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Why Innovation?

The CPA world is changing. What once used to be required from several people is now required from one – strategic thinking, problem solving, people skills, superior communication, leadership, tech savvy and more. The CPA Center of Excellence® and Indiana CPA Society have partnered to provide the resources necessary to advance in four key areas: The Changing Role of the CPA, Talent and the Changing Workforce, Globalization and the Marketplace, and Disruptive Technology and Innovation. We’ll be focusing on these content areas on this website throughout the year, so keep checking back for new content on the subject areas below.

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Latest Innovation Stories

How to run a remote CPA firm

How to run a remote CPA firm

December 1, 2017

Jody Grunden, CEO & Co-Founder of Summit CPA Group, shares his advice and secret sauce to making it work. 1. Schedule weekly team meetings with transparency Weekly team meetings are crucial within a distributed company. Scheduling 30–60 minutes once a week—preferably Monday mornings—with the entire team is a great way to start off everyone’s week. … Read More

Twisted Fry: The Road to Success

Twisted Fry: The Road to Success

December 1, 2017

INCPAS Scholar and his business partners establish first ever Terre Haute-based food truck business It’s 11:30 p.m. on a warm Friday night in downtown Terre Haute. Hungry, college students line up by the dozens, each waiting to get their first mouth-watering bite of Twisted Fry’s increasingly-notorious selection of unique french fry creations. Little do these … Read More

How to fight the war for talent

How to fight the war for talent

November 28, 2017

How to fight the war for talent  Accounting Today editor-in-chief Daniel Hood recently published the well-stated opinion piece “Stop Fighting the War on Talent.” He wrote on how the leaders of accounting firms must give their younger employees what they want – more feedback, more mentoring, more manager involvement, more flexibility and more empowerment. He … Read More

“We’ve long believed that when the rate of change inside an institution becomes slower than the rate of change outside, the end is in sight. The only question is when.”
— Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric