Accounting historian Stephen Zeff says many of us don’t understand the implications of political influence on accounting standards, but we all live with the consequences.
By Ashley Levitt
Social media is a whole other world. Like any world, it has its own language, laws and leaders – all of which are in a constant state of evolution.
By John Langhorne / Guest Editorial
If you are considering an organizational improvement program, understanding decision-making gives you a “how” but not a “where.” Archimedes’ metaphor could be altered to suggest that where you put the lever can make quite a difference.
By Regenia Bailey / Guest Editorial
What’s a dedicated board member to do when meeting agendas and structures cool his or her passion for the work of the organization? It may be time to consider a board meeting makeover.
By Jean Kruse / Guest Editorial
What’s the first thing to do when considering starting a small business? Ask more questions.
That may seem like a rather flip response, but it’s true. Success in small business hinges on gathering as much information as possible in order to make sound, informed decisions. That includes understanding your target market, your resources and – perhaps most importantly – yourself.