Monthly Archives: October 2018

Journal of Accountancy What CPAs Should Know About Machine Learning vs. Deep Learning

What do these terms associated with artificial intelligence really mean? Here’s a primer. By Amy Vetter, CPA/CITP, CGMA October 15, 2018 Artificial intelligence (AI) is already changing the nature of our lives. When you ask Siri for a restaurant recommendation … Continue reading

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How Peer Coaching Can Make Work Less Lonely

By Norian Caporale-Berkowitz and Stewart D. Friedman A near-constant stream of business and scientific news reminds us that 50% of Americans are lonely. Former Surgeon General Vivek Murthy’s powerful HBR article notes that half of CEOs suffer from loneliness. In addition to its personal toll, there … Continue reading

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A New Ikea Report Is An Insettling Look At Life In The 21st Century

“Almost half of Americans (45%) go to their car to have a private moment to themselves,” the company reports in a new survey of 22,000 people in 22 countries. BY KELSEY CAMPBELL-DOLLAGHAN Every year, Ikea Group and INGKA Holding (the holding company … Continue reading

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How the Zagat Guides Shaped Today’s Food Culture

  Zagat altered the culinary landscape forever. Here’s how it felt from the inside. BY BEN PAYNTER By giving voice to diners and showcasing a wider culinary landscape, Zagat transformed the food world. The nearly 40-year-old brand, which was started by lawyer … Continue reading

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Why We Love Emotionally Intelligent Leaders

Hosted by Samantha White October 3, 2018 People tend to gravitate to leaders who exhibit emotional intelligence, even if it’s difficult to explain why exactly. Clare Haynes, a speaker, coach, and the founder of the UK firm Wildfire, explains the … Continue reading

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Foreword by Jeff Thomson, President and CEO at Institute of Management Accountants (IMA)

Why did they title it Giraffes of Technology?  In 21st-Century business, especially in the United States, organizations and their leaders often embrace a top-down, autocratic style in the quest to achieve short-term gains (e.q., quarterly profits for shareholders). Yet many studies … Continue reading

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