An overview of our 2016 activities and plans for 2017!
Key insights from the Accountancy Salon on the blokchain, with contributions from Patrick Spens, Cathy Mulligan and Brett Scott
This discussion paper aims to reflect on the Philosophy for Accountancy programme that we piloted and to help us challenge existing thinking and invite further discourse by posing new questions. We hope to inspire and engage accounting students in developing their professional leadership through critical thinking and ethical reasoning.
Highlights from the first design-led audit jam – 48 hours of intense collaborative innovation
In-depth summary of the key insights from the discussion we hosted at the 2014 World Congress of Accountants
Find out more about the AuditFutures session at the World Congress and the ways you can engage with us during the event.
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Highlights of our engagement with the American Accounting Association and overview of current AuditFutures programmes.
Highlights and summary of our ground-breaking report with the Royal Society of Arts.
This joint report with the RSA offers a place for the profession and its peers to look forward, to assess the bigger picture and express their highest aspirations.
Highlights of the programmes that we are currently working on.
In 2012, we hosted two ground-breaking assemblies, which successfully convened and mobilised a diverse community of over 250 professionals from the accounting firms, academia, civil society, businesses, investors. The first AuditFutures assembly demonstrated a clear need for change in audit that will best serve society, and further outlined the areas where innovation is essential. The second assembly took the discussion to the next level, as we focused on more specific ideas for innovations and the role of the profession in rebuilding public trust.
On 4 July 2012 we hosted our first AuditFutures assembly. We convened over 120 participants with diverse backgrounds ranging from large and small Audit practices, professional bodies, academia, think tanks, NGOs, regulators, and innovation thinkers. More than 75 firms and organisations came to work together for the day. Through interactive discussions and participatory workshops, we gathered insights about what is not working, what needs to change and what are some of the innovation domains that we should explore.