The IFAC Global Knowledge Gateway can be incredibly useful for accountancy educators and their students—curated information can be vastly useful in the digital age when so much is information is available it can become too much information.
Since its inception, the IFAC Global Knowledge Gateway has featured a number of articles covering various dimensions of governance in organizations. This article provides a recap of what has been published thus far to draw relevance between the role of the accountancy profession and good governance.
An examination of how the IFAC Global Knowledge Gateway is organized to help students and teachers think about the different facets of the accountancy profession. Part 2 in a 3-part series.
Part three of this series provide suggestions for teachers and students on how to use the Gateway for homework exercises, research, student team projects, and to support lectures and presentations.
A brief review of some of the key Gateway articles covering the roles accountants play in creating sustainable organizations.
The Gateway Team reviews Digital CPA 2015, looking at the speakers, products, and big ideas.
In only a few years, the American Institute of CPAs’ Digital CPA conference has established itself as an event with something for accountants of all stripes, and a community that exists even after the last session ends.
A quick compendium of Discussions published on the Gateway about integrated reporting—who’s doing it, what to consider, and how it applies throughout the profession.
AICPA PracTech 2016 shines light on the future of the accounting profession as new technologies, advisory services, and leadership approaches transform the workplace.
Gateway coverage of the recent American Institute of CPAs’ Women’s Global Leadership Summit captured the people, themes, and ideas of the event in Boston on November 2-4, 2016.