Monthly Archives: July 2012

Rise and Fall of the Gatekeepers -or- Why I Blog

I’m very excited that Dave Albrecht of The Summa invited me to join him and a panel of bloggers at this year’s AAA National Meeting in Washington DC*. I feel particularly intimidated to serve on a panel with such illustrious

Rise and Fall of the Gatekeepers -or- Why I Blog

I’m very excited that Dave Albrecht of The Summa invited me to join him and a panel of bloggers at this year’s AAA National Meeting in Washington DC*. I feel particularly intimidated to serve on a panel with such illustrious

Costing Batman (Accounting + Infographic + Current Movies = Awesome)

I found this fantastic infographic yesterday: How often do you find something that relates to accounting (costing out a superhero), infographics, and current movies? Anyway, this got my inner accountant thinking: how often to movies and especially comics force us

Costing Batman (Accounting + Infographic + Current Movies = Awesome)

I found this fantastic infographic yesterday: How often do you find something that relates to accounting (costing out a superhero), infographics, and current movies? Anyway, this got my inner accountant thinking: how often to movies and especially comics force us

Originally posted on Freaking Important:
I am deeply saddened by the passing of Stephen Covey. I believe that Covey’s most significant contribution to our culture is his commitment to the ethical and moral dimension of effectiveness. At some point in…

Originally posted on Freaking Important:
I am deeply saddened by the passing of Stephen Covey. I believe that Covey’s most significant contribution to our culture is his commitment to the ethical and moral dimension of effectiveness. At some point in…

Reinventing the first accounting course at Seton Hall

About six years ago, some colleagues and I at Seton Hall got to schmoozing about the first accounting course. It’s a bear to teach, and, we figured, students don’t get much out of it. For one thing, an average of

Reinventing the first accounting course at Seton Hall

About six years ago, some colleagues and I at Seton Hall got to schmoozing about the first accounting course. It’s a bear to teach, and, we figured, students don’t get much out of it. For one thing, an average of