Category: Change Management

Automation redundancy risk is fake news – here’s why – Part Two

By Christopher Argent, Founder, Generation CFO

Last year, we debunked the marketing hype that was driven by the highly cited University of Oxford research paper “The future of employment: How susceptible are jobs to computerisation?” by Carl Frey and Michael Osbourne.

Part one, explained we are very much in control of our future, but we have some action to take to mitigate any future risks.

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The Leader’s Guide to Corporate Culture

“Strategy and culture are among the primary levers at top leaders’ disposal in their never-ending quest to maintain organizational viability and effectiveness. Strategy offers a formal logic for the company’s goals and orients people around them. Culture expresses goals through values and beliefs and guides activity through shared assumptions and group norms.”

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The future of accounting – expert insights from the AAT Annual Conference

Change is on the horizon for the accounting profession, but what will it mean for individual careers and how should professionals respond now?

Following up on the Future Accountant research, AAT invited a panel of experts together at the annual conference to discuss how accounting roles will evolve.

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