Technology was already changing workplace culture, even before the impact of COVID-19. So what can we expect for the workplace in the coming years?
What role will accountancy play in shaping this culture and how is it beginning to do so? What role for people and technology? What might we expect from tomorrow’s accountancy leaders?
In this panel session you can hear from colleagues already asking these questions and provide some answers and insights.
- Chair: Amanda Digne-Malcolm, Director, Practice, ICAEW
- Johan J Jegerajan, Partner and People Leader for Risk, PwC
- Matt Clarke, HR Director for Audit and Assurance, Deloitte
- Martin Clapson, Managing Director, Price Bailey
Martin has been a partner at Price Bailey since 2001, having trained and qualified with the firm. He was appointed Managing Director in 2013 and the firm now has turnover in excess of £30m with more than 300 professional people and 11 offices throughout East Anglia, London, Channel Islands, Eastern Caribbean and Dubai.
Matt Clarke joined Deloitte LLP as Human Resources Director for Audit & Assurance in 2017. Before joining Deloitte, Matt held a number of senior HR roles in Financial Services at Lloyds Banking Group, Barclays and the London Stock Exchange, where he led business transformation, talent and reward programmes.
Amanda is a Chartered Accountant and spent several years in practice before joining ICAEW. She leads a team that is responsible for fostering good support, guidance and engagement with practice members. Amanda has been instrumental in developing support for ICAEW members through the use of artificial intelligence.
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