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As the accounting profession becomes more automated, firms risk overlooking their most important asset – their people.
How do you inspire new talent? Guest blogger and Praxity Vice Chair Gordon Krater looks at mentorship and diversity.
Is the ball you’re throwing still a sphere? Asks Graeme Gordon, Praxity Executive Director
Plante Moran, one of the nation’s largest certified public accounting and business advisory firms, has been named to FORTUNE Magazine’s list of “100 Best Companies to Work For” for the 19th consecutive year.
The African continent is activating the intrapreneurship and open innovation drivers to address its particular developmental and growth challenges.
The Detroit Lions and Plante Moran have entered into a multiyear partnership that gives Plante Moran exclusive naming rights to the terrace suites being built as part of The New Ford Field renovation project.
A report from Bloomberg has suggested that there could be increasing instability with Europe's central banks.
Reports suggest the digital games market is due to generate more than $100 billion of revenue, which is likely to have an impact on other industries.
Eight per cent of accountants believe automation will have an impact in the next two to five years, research shows.
'Never say never' is as relevant to business as it is to life in general, says Graeme Gordon, Praxity Executive Director
A new report has suggested that better regulation surrounding agriculture could have a positive impact on levels of poverty.
The financial aspects of accountancy mean that it's a particularly difficult field for professionals to be ethically and morally conscious, as money is often the main driver and the way in which success is measured. This means that the value of what accou