In a first-ever joint simulcast, Jeff Thomson, president and CEO, Institute of Management Accountants (IMA®) and Tom Hood, CEO, Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants (MACPA) and Business Learning Institute (BLI), tackle the question on everyone’s mind, “How do finance and accounting professionals stay relevant in a digital age?”
In a global business environment filled with risks and opportunities, these thought leaders (both appear on Accounting Today’s “Top 100 Thought Leaders” list) discuss the ramifications of advanced technologies like artificial intelligence and intelligent process automation (IPA) on accounting and finance jobs. They offer critical insights on how practitioners can continue to add value. As rote and repetitive functions are made obsolete, Thomson and Hood focus on the emerging competencies practitioners will need to keep pace with change. They also look at the far-reaching consequences digitization has on education, hiring, and management.
If you recognize the need to evolve alongside technology, you do not want to miss this conversation!
Join us on November 29th at 1PM for “Accountancy in the Digital Age – Relevance Gained and The Call to Action.”
Recognize the emerging competencies you will need to evolve alongside technology.
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