Future proofing the profession : preparing business leaders and finance professionals for 2025 / by Elaine Evans, Rodger Burritt and James Guthrie
Contributor(s): Burritt, Rodger | Guthrie, James.Series: Academic Leadership Series.Publisher: Sydney : Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, 2015Edition: June.Description: 112 pages ; PDF file.Subject(s): Accounting profession | Accounting firms | Business planning | Information technologyOnline resources: Download PDF from Catalogue
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|Archive||Australia||SYD01815358 #070 ACC 2015 (Browse shelf)||Not For Loan (Restricted Access)||CA012108|
|Archive||Australia||REF ARC 070 ACC 2015 (Browse shelf)||Not For Loan (Restricted Access)||CA012089|
|Online resource||International||Not for loan||CA014109|
|Book||New Zealand||070 FUT (Browse shelf)||Not for loan||CA013418|
|Archive||New Zealand||Archive Box 63 (Browse shelf)||Not for loan|
Work - past present and future -- What is the future of work? -- The digital disruption -- Technology-driven productivity improvements in the professional services industry -- Moving the gender diversity agenda towards the profession of the future -- Reducing the expectation gap - using successful early career graduates to identify the capabilities that count -- Class of 2025 - the future finance professional -- Preparing business leaders and accountants for future financial leadership -- Mega trends shaping the future of accounting -- The world of work.
Explores how the nature of the accounting profession will change over the next few decades as a result of technological and socio-economic change. Discusses the impact of digital disruptors and predicts the mega trends that will emerge in the industry.