2 March 2020: followership is often described as the other half of leadership. Without followers, there would be no leaders. Yet up until relatively recently, it’s been rather neglected as a business concept, writes Annie Makoff-Clark.
Features from February 2020
New thinking, practical advice and professional insight.
2 March 2020: a recent report by the National Audit Office (NAO) highlighted that there were 1,190 tax reliefs as of October 2019, confirming just how complicated the British tax system is.
28 February 2020: with a newly elected government now in full swing, all eyes are on the 11 March Budget and the audit reform consultations due out shortly afterwards. However, there has been plenty of other activity in the technical world of tax and accountancy. Here are the 10 most-read items of technical content on ICAEW Insights.
27 February 2020: investor interest in corporate strategy is on the rise amid a growing range of business risks, but how influential is this engagement, and what implication does this have for accountancy? David Adams investigates.
28 February 2020: celebrating and recognising LGBT+ history month in February, ICAEW carried out a multi-channel collaboration to raise awareness of LGBT+ issues in accountancy and the workplace more generally.
28 February 2020: a new report has called on listed companies to tackle a lack of ethnic diversity in the boardroom through a combination of genuine engagement, targeted metrics and awareness training. But does this go far enough, fast enough? Rachel Willcox reports.
28 February 2020: today we talk in terms of diversity, but a decade ago the language was more around equality and discrimination. The passing of the Equality Act 2010 was the game changer that informs our understanding of diversity today, but the history of equality or anti-discrimination legislation is one of gradual change.
28 February 2020: businesses can measure and analyse racial disparities, taking practical steps to change behaviour.
28 February 2020: what are the main causes of inequality and what are firms doing to tackle it? Brian Cantwell writes.
26 February 2020: used by airlines, ride-hailing apps and the likes of Amazon, dynamic or “surge” pricing is becoming common practice among today’s digital-savvy businesses. But how should accounting firms approach this brave new world of pricing their fees?