CPAs cultivating new attitudes and innovative management philosophies can help them and their organizations soar through the myriad of changes that will be coming their way.
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) August 18, 2015
When it comes to the future of accounting and the trends affecting Certified Public Accountants, futurist Jack Uldrich says, "Change is inevitable. And CPAs need to prepare for themselves and their clients for the unpredictable. CPAs cultivating new attitudes and innovative management philosophies can help them, their organizations, and their clients soar through the myriad of changes that will be coming their way."
Uldrich will address future proofing the Minnesota Society of CPAs on August 19th in Golden Valley, MN.
Uldrich's job isn't just about clarifying the top trends that are coming, he also aims to help audiences and clients leverage the technologies to their advantage, and unleash underlying philosophies that help organizations embrace change.
In his presentation, "The Big AHA: How to Future-Proof Your Business Against Tomorrow's Trends, Today," Uldrich will draw on highlights from his upcoming book: "Business as Unusual" Uldrich will also share insights on trends such as the Internet of things, Big Data, and nanotechnology.
By covering the top technological changes and challenging his audiences with zen-like ideas, humorous anecdotes and actionable techniques for embracing change Uldrich inspires a wide range of audiences from accountants, to educators, energy experts, agriculturalists and manufacturing organizations.
When it comes specifically to the future of accounting Uldrich says, "CPAs need to become what I call 'Exponential Executives.' That is leaders who understand that as impressive as past technological advances have been—computer programs, the ATM, online banking and mobile banking, etc—they are just the beginning of an onslaught of technological change.
Banking interactions will continue to evolve as customers’ physical and virtual worlds become intertwined, and social networks and mobile platforms will transform customers’ accounting experiences and expectations. Still other advances will create an environment where a premium is placed on unconventional thinking and risk-taking."
A highly acclaimed futurist and trend expert, Uldrich has spoken all over the world to a variety of industries and organizations. He has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, and National Public Radio and is a guest commentator on the Discovery Channel's "FutureScape."
In addition to addressing the Minnesota Society of CPAs, Uldrich has addressed financial clients including Wells Fargo, CoBank, the Detroit Economic Forum, AgBank and the 2015 Institutional Investor Forum. Other clients include Blue Cross Blue Shield, Verizon Wireless, United HealthCare, ABB. His most recent keynote was delivered for the International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation's 2015 conference in Mexico City last week.
Parties interested in learning more about his other presentations and media wishing to know more about the event or interviewing Jack can are encouraged to visit his website.