By Jessica Salerno, OSCPA senior content manager
Accounting Today annually highlights thought leaders in the accounting profession with its list of Top 100 Most Influential People. Several of them stopped by this year for a conversation on OSCPA’s podcast, The State of Business:
PODCAST: How subscription model pricing can help you beat your competitors “It is a business model change,” Baker said. “And it's completely different. It's not just about being paid monthly. It's a completely revamped business model. And it does scare people because it ultimately is going to cannibalize your old business model.”
PODCAST: How employers can find opportunity in the resignation wave “Think about prioritizing the importance of your employer brand,” Frederickson said. “And when we say employer brand, what we mean is your reputation and visibility as an employer best place to work.”
PODCAST: How to develop an effective succession planning strategy “The biggest question is how do we get started?” said Marks. “What documents do we need? What rules should we have? How should this technically be done? Those are the hardest questions and there's no silver bullet.”
PODCAST: Edward Mendlowitz on his career, seizing opportunity and the future of the profession “I figured out what I what I did poorly,” he said. “And what I did poorly, in fact, made me very good now as a leader and as a teacher of young accountants.”
OSCPA has brought several of Accounting Today’s Top 100 Most Influential People to Ohio Society learning events, including Kimberly Ellison-Taylor, Donny Shimamoto, Erik Asgeirsson, Ed Kless, Lisa Simpson, Gary Shamis, and more.