Category : Education matters

Auto Added by WPeMatico

Written on Dec, 06, 2016 by in

The Rise and Rise of Non-GAAP Disclosure Blogs: Most Recent postings Education matters It’s exciting when academic research is recognised for its contribution to investigating important problems. And even more so when the research is supported by our professional body, as part of its commitment to working with academics to further our profession – and society as a whole.The latest …

Continue Reading...
Written on Nov, 14, 2016 by in

Just finished reading a great article in Acuity about Mindfulness: A Simple Way to Lead Better Blogs: Most Recent postings Education matters The article makes some interesting points about this important subject.What does mindfulness have to do with the accounting profession? On the surface, they seem poles apart but dig a bit deeper, and the benefits of mindfulness to the …

Continue Reading...
Written on Nov, 09, 2016 by in

A Question of Ethics – Navigating Ethical Failure in the Banking and Financial Services Industry Blogs: Most Recent postings Education matters Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand is excited to publish this substantial piece of research as a Future Inc publication: A Question of Ethics – Navigating Ethical Failure in the Banking and Financial Services Industry. This important publication draws …

Continue Reading...
Written on Aug, 25, 2016 by in

Professions need to adapt and innovate to avoid becoming irrelevant Blogs: Most Recent postings Hugh Elvy’s blog The past week I have been in Malaysia and made a number of presentations to CA ANZ members and others on this year’s Academic Leadership Series, The Relevance of Professional Associations in 2026, This is the seventh volume in the Series, edited by …

Continue Reading...
Written on Aug, 24, 2016 by in

Historical Patterns and the Inevitable Decline of Professional Associations Blogs: Most Recent postings Education matters Recently I was in Adelaide for an event at CA ANZ to discuss the new CAANZ/RMIT Academic Though Leadership publication, “Relevance and professional associations in 2026”.In my presentation, I featured an Adelaide resident, Goran Roos contribution to this year’s thought leadership. In his paper titled …

Continue Reading...
Written on Aug, 18, 2016 by in

Professional Development Education in the Future Blogs: Most Recent postings Education matters Recently was the Perth event at CA ANZ to discuss the new CAANZ/RMIT Academic Though Leadership publication, “Relevance and professional associations in 2026”.A new video clip from this years’ Thought Leadership Forum RMIT was shown. Also discussed in depth was Jason Dale (2016), Head of Education, Chartered Accountants Australia …

Continue Reading...
Written on Jul, 25, 2016 by in

Relevance and professional associations in 2026 – blurring of boundaries? Blogs: Most Recent postings Education matters Recently was the Sydney event at CA ANZ to discuss the new CAANZ/RMIT Academic Though Leadership publication, “Relevance and professional associations in 2026”.Several of the authors in the forthcoming publication attended and talked to their main ideas. Ross Dawson highlighted that associations, over the …

Continue Reading...
Written on May, 31, 2016 by in

(Re)Inventing the Wheel Blogs: Most Recent postings Education matters Recently, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull visited Carbon Revolution, a Victorian company that, in partnership with Deakin University, produced the world’s first one piece carbon fibre wheel. The company works in close partnership with Deakin University to develop its unique wheel made in one piece from carbon fibre. It is lighter, …

Continue Reading...
Written on May, 31, 2016 by in

“There has never – in the history of this nation – been a more exciting time to be an accountant”. Blogs: Most Recent postings Education matters So wrote Annabel Crabb in The Sun-Herald on 1 May.Ms Crabb wrote these words in relation to the Federal Budget, acknowledging the complexity of some of the concepts that are central to public policy …

Continue Reading...
Written on Apr, 21, 2016 by in

Relevance and Professional Associations in 2026 Blogs: Most Recent postings Education matters What will you be doing in 2026? This was the provocative question that opened the Chartered Accountants ANZ Thought Leadership Forum, co-hosted by RMIT University, Melbourne on 4 April.The question, of course, was intended to make each person in the room think about the future. Because this is …

Continue Reading...