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Are you an emerging leader looking for guidance? Are you a seasoned leader looking to mentor up-and-coming leaders in your organization? The breathtaking pace of change we see all around us has contributed to an environment where effective leadership is more important than ever. These changes are disrupting tried and true business models, driving exponential growth rates in regulatory complexity, and otherwise upending the status quo in ways that are nothing short of remarkable. Truly, we live in exponential times. In this session, we'll discuss top 5 issues emerging leaders face: four generations in the workplace, changes in organizational structures, keeping pace with regulatory changes, technological changes, and changes in the competencies needed for effective leadership in a fast-changing environment. We'll exchange ideas about how to help young leaders capitalize on the tremendous opportunities created by the current environment.

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Top Five Issues Young Emerging Leaders Face - Digital CPA 2015, Las Vegas

  1. 1. Top Five Issues That Young Emerging Leaders Face Tuesday, December 8, 2015
  2. 2. Tweets Welcome! @GriffithsCPA 2
  3. 3. Fenway Park
  4. 4. How long before  everyone drowns?
  5. 5. How much warning  will fans have?
  6. 6. We live in exponential times
  7. 7. Moore’s Law Processor Speed Time
  8. 8. Changing Business Models
  9. 9. What is a Business Model?
  10. 10. Business Model Canvas
  11. 11. Not Just Tweaks, but Wholesale Changes in the Value Proposition Historical Value Proposition Convenience “Thank you for remembering when my taxes are due and reading all of those new accounting pronouncements so that I don’t have to.” Future Value Proposition Enterprise Value “Thank you for playing a vital role in driving business performance and enterprise value.”
  12. 12. Diversification in accounting firms Source: AICPA Trends survey New hires at accounting firms 2007 41,508 13% Not accounting grads 87% Accounting grads 24% Not accounting grads 76% Accounting grads 2012 53,092
  13. 13. Aging Workforce
  14. 14. Technological Changes
  15. 15. Cloud computing trends Source: Sage North America of small businesses are demanding cloud-based computing 61%
  16. 16. Technology adoption remains slow Source: Sage North America of firms are using online or cloud solutions to collaborate and share accounting information with their clients 10%
  17. 17. A Case Study in New Software Adoption
  18. 18. Regulation 2002 66 Pages 2010 2,319 Pages
  19. 19. Organizational Structures
  20. 20. New Competencies
  21. 21. Just How Important is Strategic Thinking? Study of 60,000 leaders: “We found that a strategic approach to leadership was, on average, 10 times more important to the perception of effectiveness than other behaviors studied.”
  22. 22. A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words . . .
  23. 23. IN CASE YOU WERE WONDERING, THIS IS NOT A PICTURE . . .
  24. 24. Therefore, What?
  25. 25. Let’s Connect Dan Griffiths is the Director of Strategic Planning at Tanner, a CPA firm based in Salt Lake City. He provides strategic and business planning, business coaching, and leadership development. Contact Dan at: dgriffiths@tannerco.com Or connect with him on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/dangriffiths cpa
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    Dec. 11, 2015

Are you an emerging leader looking for guidance? Are you a seasoned leader looking to mentor up-and-coming leaders in your organization? The breathtaking pace of change we see all around us has contributed to an environment where effective leadership is more important than ever. These changes are disrupting tried and true business models, driving exponential growth rates in regulatory complexity, and otherwise upending the status quo in ways that are nothing short of remarkable. Truly, we live in exponential times. In this session, we'll discuss top 5 issues emerging leaders face: four generations in the workplace, changes in organizational structures, keeping pace with regulatory changes, technological changes, and changes in the competencies needed for effective leadership in a fast-changing environment. We'll exchange ideas about how to help young leaders capitalize on the tremendous opportunities created by the current environment.

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