Workplace of 2030
Where Talent, Technology and Innovation Collide
Complexity comes in all forms of our firms, but one of the most complex areas of our practice today is talent development.
Imagineering the Workplace of 2030 can seem overwhelming, but there are specific actions you can take in talent, technology and innovation to ensure that your firm is protecting the current company while building a future company that will be amazing.
In this session we will:
Imagineering is “an environment where making the impossible possible continues to happen year after year.”
What is changing about the way we work
How COVID-19 shocked the system
From disruption to transformation
Collaboration matters more than ever
The importance of meaningful work
Biggest workplace trends for 2030
Your firms action plan
Imagineering the Workplace of 2030 Speakers
Boomer Consulting, Inc.
Sandra Wiley, President of Boomer Consulting, Inc., is a leader in the accounting profession with a passion for helping firms grow, adapt and thrive. She is regularly recognized by Accounting Today as one of the 100 Most Influential People inAccounting as a result of her expertise in leadership, management, collaboration, culture building, talent and training. Sandra’s years of experience and influence as a management and strategic planning consultant make her a sought-after resource among the best and brightest firms in the country.
She is regularly invited to speak at national conferences where she empowers audiences with new ideas and a sense of humor. She is a popular author, having been published in many online and print publications, and penned two books, The Journey Ahead: A New Roadmap to Collaboration in Your Firm and The Engaged Employee: 10 Initiatives for Successful Firms.
Marc T. Staut
Chief Innovation and Technology Officer
Boomer Consulting, Inc.
Marc Staut, Shareholder and Chief Innovation & Information Officer at Boomer Consulting, Inc., helps meet the growing needs of CPA firms by leveraging his experience to provide strategic technology assessments, planning, visioning and coaching. He feels that “technology should be an enabler –something that’s approachable, aligned with and integral to the success of each firm.”
Marc is a regular speaker, author and panelist on technology in the accounting profession, cloud computing, mobile technology, leadership and vision.
Marc has been a speaker at the AICPA Practitioners Symposium and Tech+ Conference since 2010. In 2011 he was a recipient of the CPA Practice Advisor 40 Under 40 Award in recognition of his ability to leverage technology to increase profits, productivity and competitive edge while simultaneously delivering significant efficiencies in the cost of doing business.