“The Times They Are A-Changin’”

Many may forget this song title by Bob Dylan, or even forget the artist, but probably no one would disagree that the business and economic world is changing at an even more rapid rate. The interesting thing is that he released his hit song under that title in 1964, but the lyrics are as true … Continue reading

Reducing Fraud With Technology

Introduction The statistics are everywhere and they are startling – fraud continues to run at epidemic levels, not only in the United States, but also across virtually all countries. In fact, according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners 2012 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse, the typical organization loses approximately 5% … Continue reading

Nonprofit Financial Management: Critical Competencies, Knowledge, and Tools

Nonprofit Financial Management: Critical Competencies, Knowledge, and Tools June 17, 2013 at COCPA Dan Chenoweth This is one of my favorite seminars to teach because, generally, the participants all have some sort of role in a nonprofit organization and are so willing to share good ideas.  We are all in this together, trying to do … Continue reading

If you don’t pay attention, you’re going to be in trouble… Joann Cross is thinking about the near future

“Things are changing so fast, and life is so exciting. If you don’t pay attention, you’re going to be in trouble,” Joann Cross says. Cross is one of our highest-rated CPE instructors and when she speaks about teaching, it is easy to understand why. Although she holds a full-time position as professor of accounting at … Continue reading

Making Ethics Count: Ethics, Risk, and Black Swans

Looking for a fresh ethics course?  Consider Making Ethics Count: Ethics, Risk, and Black Swans. Hear more about this course by clicking  here!