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COCPA - The Anticipatory Individual and Organization

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Recent research from the AICPA says that the business environment for CPAs and their clients will be characterized by “unprecedented, massive and highly accelerated change” through 2025. To thrive in this new age of hyper-change and growing uncertainty, it is now an imperative to learn a new competency–how to accurately anticipate the future. This session will show how to anticipate these trends and move from being a crisis manager to an opportunity manager. At the end of the session participants will set actionable steps to elevate and accelerate their organization’s strategy.

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COCPA - The Anticipatory Individual and Organization

  1. The  An'cipatory  Individual  and  Organiza'on   Tom  Hood,  CPA,  CITP,  CGMA   @tomhood  
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  3. Your Learning Journey
  4. Vote for a question Respond to Poll Ask a Question BLI.CNF.IO Select your session and join the conversation:
  5. The # 1 Challenge
  6. 0 2 4 6 8 Poor reputation No personal relationship Inadequate staff to meet needs Not using state-of-the-art technology Fees were too high Expertise of former CPA was lacking Referral to a new firm from someone CPA had poor responsiveness CPA didn’t give proactive advice, only reactive service Why SMBs Leave Their CPA / Accountant
  7. The  Faster  you  go,  the  Farther   Ahead  You  Have  to  Look  
  8. Source: CPA.COM Insight into the CPA of the Future Study 2014 Only 8% of CPAs are Future Ready Future Ready is the capacity to be aware, predictive, and adaptive of emerging challenges, tech innovations, and trends and changes in business, population, and social environment.
  9. “You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn how to surf.” – Jon Kabat Zinn Oceans of Opportunity
  10. 5 Steps to be Future Ready 1. Context 2. Certainty 3. Capacity 4. Competence 5. Core Beliefs
  11. Context
  12. “We stand on the brink of a technological revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another. In its scale, scope, and complexity, the transformation will be unlike anything humankind has experienced before.” - Klaus Schwab, World Economic Forum
  13. 'If the rate of change on the outside exceeds the rate of change on the inside, the end is near.’ – Jack Welch
  14. In the next five years we will TRANSFORM How we market, sell , communicate, collaborate, innovate, and educate. – Dan Burrus
  15. More Uber cars than yellow taxis on the road in NYC
  16. Gradual then Sudden
  17. Race Against the Machines? Source: Frey & Osborne –The Future of Employment – Oxford University
  18. What does the future hold? Technology is changing and disintermediating many trades and professions •  Medical, Legal, Accounting Patterns and Trends •  Automation replacing routine tasks – higher order (soft skills and analytics) necessary to survive •  Alternative options to services and knowledge – automated or otherwise – Tax and Audit implications •  Globalization, specialization and consolidation changing the landscape. •  Domain expertise matters
  19. Are you using the language of the future or the past? Are your office & technology in the future or the past? Will students feel they are time traveling back in time? Do you know what your clients are facing now and in the future?
  20. The  Faster  you  go,  the  Farther   Ahead  You  Have  to  Look  
  21. Certainty
  22. Borrowed from the US Army War College,VUCA was coined byThe Institute for the Future to describe the rapidly changing and complex business environment since the Great Recession of 2008.
  23. Can you predict the future?
  24. •  Linear & Exponential Change •  Cyclical Change •  HardTrends vs SoftTrends Certainty
  25. HardTrends Four HardTrends: 1. Government Regulation 2. Technology 3. Demographics 4. Globalization
  26. 12,000 CPAs, 75,000 Comments over 15 years
  27. Relationships & Collaboration
  28. Disruption and RONI