GAA Accounting

The Journal of the Global Accounting Alliance

17/02/2017
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Ethics as innovation

By Karen Wensley A culture that encourages individuals to look at issues from different angles is likely to attract great people and win awards for creative solutions. I was recently sitting in a boardroom waiting for a meeting to start. … Continue reading

14/10/2016
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CPA firms struggling with succession

By Ken Tysaic Some leaders say staff members aren’t ready for important tasks. As members of the Baby Boomer generation age, CPA firms are struggling to find ways to replace soon-to-retire partners, a new AICPA Private Companies Practice Section (PCPS) … Continue reading

08/10/2015
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No woman left behind

By Sue Smith As more women enter the profession, the sage guidance and advice of a female leader is invaluable. Meet a few mentors who have helped others navigate their careers.

13/08/2015
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Ethics: a new path of duty

The International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants (IESBA) has embarked on a major revamp of the Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants. After 35 years and adoption or use in more than 100 jurisdictions, IESBA’s Code of Ethics for Professional … Continue reading

11/06/2015
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LGBTI in the workplace

by Claire Scobie Inclusion of the lesbian gay bisexual transgender and intersex (LGBTI) communities is a significant work issue, but some employers still aren’t catching on. When Suzi Russell-Gilford takes the podium at PwC leadership events, she likes to bring … Continue reading

11/06/2015
by GAA Accounting
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Big four harnessing military talent

An inside look at how using talent from the military is paying off for Deloitte and PwC. With increasing levels of employment in the UK, the competition for talent is back. For two of the country’s leading professional services firms, … Continue reading