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#12 "Power Through Partnership" with Betsy Polk and Maggie Ellis Chotas
Great things happen when women team up. In this exclusive conversation with Association Communications and Social Strategy Lead Manager Jennifer Gardner, Betsy and Maggie share what they've discovered from 12 years of research and interviews with more than 125 women business leaders. Focusing specifically on partnerships between women and exploring their unique attributes and strengths, our guests explain the RAISE model for developing Pathways to Partnership. They also share some...
#11 Your Happiness Was Hacked
In conversation with the Association's Jennifer Gardner, Professor Vivek Wadhwa outlines how today's changes in technology are fundamentally different compared to just 15 years ago. He shares some practical tips that help us limit technology's unintended impacts on our lives while benefiting from the opportunities it offers. Professor Wadhwa is an academic, a researcher, a writer and a tech entrepreneur based in Silicon Valley. He was on TIME magazine’s list of “Tech 40”, one of forty of...
#10 Coaching In A Disruptive World
Our featured expert is a chartered psychologist and holds five degrees, including an MBA and a doctorate in occupational psychology. Describing himself as "the leader's psychologist", Jonathan Passmore explains how coaching can help individuals, teams and organisations identify and grow new momentum in both their professional and personal spheres. He shares what he's learned from more than two decades of research and teaching, including: He provides practical tips to help leading...
#09 Applying Disruption Through Applied AI
A true pioneer in the field of Applied Artificial Intelligence in Business and Strategy, Al Naqvi is Executive Director of the Society of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Healthcare, and CEO of the American Institute of A.I. His goal is to democratise artificial intelligence responsibly. Zinaida Mahmutefendic (AICPA-CIMA) finds out how, and discovers about what 'intelligent machines' mean for the wider professional community. Specialising in making A.I. learning easy for business...
Cypherpunks and the Rise of Cryptoassets
A software engineer and professional cypherpunk, Jameson Lopp, guides us through the history of cryptoassets. Learn about its cypherpunk beginnings, rise in mainstream popularity last fall, and growing enterprise interest.
The 5th Disruptive Computing Paradigm
This is not the first time technology is disrupting our industry. Amanda Wilkie shares how technology innovation in the past, from the computer itself to mobile and social networks, disrupted the accounting and finance industry and explores how we can expect blockchain and Internet of Things (IoT) to disrupt our industry going forward, as well as some ways to prepare for it.
Robotic Process Automation: Do We Lose Control?
As companies are turning to robotic process automation (RPA) to eliminate manual tasks, what does this mean for our profession? Ed Brooks walks us through problems RPA can solve for us and why we should embrace it.
Leveraging Blockchain Technology
How does blockchain tech currently impact the accounting and finance industry, what will the landscape look like, and how can we prepare? Ron Quaranta explains blockchain and shares observations, trends, and takeaways from Consensus 2018 - Blockchain Week NYC.
Building a Security Mindset
In light of recent data breach and privacy concerns news, Chris Romeo explores why accounting and finance professionals at all levels should be more mindful and aware of cybersecurity threats affecting our data, as well as our clients' data, and how we can start building a security culture.
Human Intelligence: Will Robots Take My Job?
Robotic process automation, machine learning, and AI are revolutionizing our industry. Clar Rosso and Jennifer Gardner explore how accounting and finance professionals across the globe can continue to bring value to their organization with human intelligence, while working alongside robots.