CPAs might be known for their strong analytical skills, but one researcher says there is an opportunity to leverage their creative strengths as well. “If you feel like you’re not creative, these skills can actually be taught, nurtured and grown,” said Marsha Huber, CPA, director of research at the Institute of Management Accountants.
Huber recently covered “Critical Thinking and Problem Solving” at OSCPA’s Strategic Finances and Accounting Summit. During her presentation she discussed techniques to leverage creativity that CPAs and related professionals can use to tap into their creative side in their day-to-day work. Watch the video above to hear more from Huber, and catch up on other essential learning at my.ohiocpa.com.