An opportunity in the crisis: Is bridging the career cliff for women the key to fighting accounting staffing shortages?
Supporting workplace flexibility that allows women to better balance the demands of their home life with work is mission-critical to attracting, retaining and promoting women in your firm.
Accounting staffing has been a struggle for accountants around the world. Find out why, and how some firms are setting themselves apart.
The accounting industry is constantly shifting. At its current rate, it can be hard for professors and students to keep up. Thankfully, there’s a solution. Read more.
Russ Jones, former CFO of Shopify, sat down with MindBridge founder Solon Angel to talk going public, fintech, and the future of the CFO.
Change is scary. But with a little risk, a lot of planning, and some extra effort comes an opportunity for growth and reward. That’s what makes change management so important. As a manager, department head, or executive how do you know when it’s time for change? How do you invoke change within an organization, and
Well, it’s finally here. According to an article from Forbes Magazine, we have reached the age of automation. From AI and machine learning to financial automation and robotics, we’re officially an automatic civilization. Please, be kind to our new robot co-workers. Okay seriously, this is important stuff, even if we did all see it coming.
MindBridge is proud to sponsor this year’s virtual Digital Accountancy Forum. The forum brings together leading accounting firms, industry bodies and regulators, advisors and consultancies, law firms, and tech vendors to discuss and challenge key issues impacting the sector. On top of providing an opportunity to connect and network all day through the virtual booth, the
I have had an email signature for many years which has a cheesy quote at the end. It reads “never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed people can change the world.” The actual quote is longer than this, it is attributed to Margaret Mead who was an anthropologist, the full version is “Never
Becoming a CEO is like becoming a new parent, there is no true user manual to guide you through the unique challenges you will face along the way. You can read a multitude of books about “how to” raise a child, however, there will inevitably be unexpected curve balls beyond what you already know and