The issues that affect the CPA profession are as varied as the roles and responsibilities of CPAs in the marketplace. The work we do has a significant impact on the financial markets, regulation and the economic health of large an
Published on September 24, 2012
Elizabeth Pittelkow No Ordinary Accountant
Meet Elizabeth Pittelkow, a 2013 graduate of the AICPA’s Leadership Academy, who tells the Edge not only about her position and career, but touches on ethics and even swing dancing.
Published on April 18, 2014
Creating Fun in the Workplace Q&A With Angie Herbers
Who says you can’t have fun at work? We spend most of our daylight hours in the office, so it’s time to make the most of it in terms of really enjoying your environment and the people you work with … you don’t want to miss HR consultant Angie Herbers’
Published on February 14, 2013
How to Respond to a Negative Online Review
More of us search and find advice online for restaurants, services, and leisure activities. But what happens when it hits too close to home and your company gets a negative review? How do you respond to a negative review?
Published on July 06, 2012
Why Pursue the CGMA
If you haven’t heard about the CGMA, or Certified Global Management Accountant, it’s high time you do! To help you understand more about how the program is ideal for Young CPAs, this article includes a list of resources, and more importantly, an interview with Leisa Stanberry, CPA.CITP, CGMA, a young
Published on December 10, 2012
Management by Delegation Learn to Let Go
What’s your management style? At some point – if you want to effectively lead a project or team and have more time for other projects – you have to learn how to delegate to others. Does letting to mean losing control? Here are eight ways to help you lead, organize
Published on April 10, 2013
Want to be More Productive Think About It!
As a young professional, how do you get more done in less time? Aside from inventing a 30-hour workday, there are several schools of thought. Which one do you fall in? Learn how to change your thinking to adapt to the method that makes the most sense for you and
Published on September 19, 2011
10 Tips for Getting that Big Promotion
When it comes to climbing the corporate ladder, there really is no quick fix. Chances are that big promotion will be due to persistence and consistency. In the meantime, there are a few things you can do to improve your chances.
Published on April 07, 2010
Specializations & Credentials
Specializations and credentials are a great way to steer your career path toward something that’s in demand, something that could give your career a boost or something that you’ve always been interested in.
Published on September 05, 2013
Building Career Resiliency
The worst of the Great Recession may be behind us, but a full recovery is far from a sure thing. Don’t wait for the next downturn. Start building career resiliency today. Following these 10 steps to enhance your value to both your current and future prospective employers, and ensure that you
Published on May 26, 2010