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Workshop: Education by Design

23 May, 2017

We invite you to take part in our 2017 workshop for accounting educators. Following our recent engagements with BAFA, we would like to build on previously successful workshops with progressive academics, and continue building capacity and understanding of approaches and theories of designing professional education for the future. The workshop will bring together leading educators […]

Accountants as pioneers for change

15 October, 2014

Huffington Post and Adessy Associate are launching a dynamic programme designed to act as a catalyst for world changers – Pioneers for Change. They actively seek to gather a select community of international wealth holders and inheritors, entrepreneurs, investors, senior executives, career changers and talented thinkers and do-ers. Fellows will be inspired, equipped and connected […]

What does the future of the profession want?

6 May, 2013

The challenges of the 21st century for audit and assurance require new leadership values and organisational culture. We have developed the AuditFutures University programme to inspire students and engage them in a dialogue about the future of their profession. On 29 April we hosted our first workshop in Manchester Business School with over 60 BS, […]

Audit Magic: The Video

4 October, 2012

This week marks three months of the first AuditFutures assembly. We have created this short video to share the energy and ¬†highlights of our first workshop:  

Audit Slam Poetry

28 July, 2012

Creativity is part of our approach to innovation. And we take it very seriously. One of the surprises in the morning session of the First Assembly, was the audit slam poem by Tim Merry, who eloquently captured the key themes and insights from the Audit Cafe.   …so, how about that for innovation the creation…. […]

Assembly Insights

21 July, 2012

We have created a newsletter with the key moments of the day and the main findings of the working groups. You can browse or download our newsletter with key insights from the assembly here.   For higher resolution version for print, please contact Martin Martinoff.