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Managing Generation Gaps: Tips for Generation-Xers

As more and more Generation-Xers enter into management positions, companies need to prepare for the inevitable changes, from dress code to working hours.More and more often, these young managers are taking charge of those multi-million dollar projects and even companies, which may rock the boat, so to speak. Below are just a few issues of this trend:Work to live, not live to work - Gen-Xers are very much into measuring performance by output.Pay your dues - Gen-X managers are focused on performance rather than hours worked or tenure.
AccountingWEB Life

Motivating Partners and Staff to Marketing Action, with Allan Boress

Motivating Partners and Staff to Marketing ActionPresented by Allan BoressAllan S. Boress and AssociatesContact aboress@aol.comTuesday, February 6, 2001Visit the AccountingWEB Workshop Calendar for upcoming sessions.Summary
Technology

QuickBooks Tips and Shortcuts, with Gail Perry

QuickBooks Tips and ShortcutsPresented by Gail Perry, CPAManaging Editor of AccountingWEB and author of "Using QuickBooks and QuickBooks Pro," and "The Complete Idiot's Guide to QuickBooks"Contact Gail at gperry@accountingweb.comJanuary 23, 2001Visit the AccountingWEB Workshop Calendar for upcoming sessions.Summary
Community News

Ideas To Improve the Quality of Your Organization

Every organization out there today is striving to improve its day to day operations in the areas of employee performance and satisfaction and client satisfaction. Below are some guidelines to follow when trying the make the needed changes in your firm.Adjust Your AttitudeBe open to new ideas!Make time for quality improvement.Don’t manage by fear. Help people feel secure in their jobs.Don’t let the statement, "We’ve always done it this way," keep the firm from trying new approaches to problem-solving. Change the "Us vs.
Technology

QuickBooks Offers Training Course via the Web

Intuit and DigitalThink, a provider of e-learning solutions, are now offering a QuickBooks and QuickBooks Pro training program via the Web. "QuickBooks training on the Web is one more way Intuit is making it easier for small business owners to learn more about all QuickBooks has to offer - anytime, anywhere," said QuickBooks spokesman, Peter Karpas.
Technology

PCPS 2000 Member Survey - Top MAP Issues

Partnering for CPA Practice Success (PCPS) has just received the results from its 2000 Member Survey. The survey was distributed to the full PCPS membership — about 6,500 firms.The goal of the survey was to gather information about management and practice issues facing firms in the profession.
Community News

A New Recipe for the CPA Profession, With Richard Savich, PhD

A New Recipe for the CPA ProfessionPresented by: Dick Savich, PhD, CPA,President of ABKO ConsultingTuesday, January 94:00 - 5:00 p.m., Eastern TimeVisit the AccountingWEB Workshop Calendar for upcoming workshop sessions.Summary Richard Savich presented a live, interactive workshop focusing on the future of the accounting profession and the role consulting will play.
Education & Careers

A Student's Guide to the Accounting Profession!

They call accountants bean counters, but while you have to be good at math to be an accountant, counting is only the means to a more important end: ensuring that financial information is truthful. An accountant's work can range from an audit, which is a formal analysis of an organization's financial statements, to the day-to-day reckonings of a bookkeeper making sure a small business pays its suppliers and gets paid by its customers.
Tax

California Tax Camp no Picnic for Participants

Just like the U.S. Army, instructors at this week's tax boot camp in southern California help students "be all they can be."Such is the motto at this five-day, intense learning experience sponsored by the San Diego Chapter of the California Society of CPAs.

Barnes & Noble University Offers Free Courses

Bookseller Barnes & Noble has found a novel way to sell books - allow authors to host training courses based on book content.

Do you Seek CPE on Personal or Company Time?

When do you find time to take your required continuing professional education (CPE) - on personal or company time?If you're not in a large firm or business that offers in-house training, obtaining the proper training can be somewhat difficult in today's rush-rush environment.However, according to Kelly Services, women who work in finance and accounting are more likely than their male counterparts to seek CPE on their own time versus company time.Thirty-six percent of males use personal time for training, compared to 40 percent of women, while

Excel Tip: Have Excel Save Your Files Automatically!

Have you ever wanted to automatically save your spreadsheets so you don't lose your work? With Excel 2000 this feature is included and will save all workbooks automatically at specified intervals, but it's not installed by default.
A&A

Human Resources IT Roadmap

Small-business owners and human resources managers who are shopping for information technology usually don't have the luxury of corporate-size budgets. But they still need software and systems powerful enough to handle today's complex HR demands and able to grow with their company's needs.For a growing number of businesses with one to 100 employees, the answer lies with application service providers (ASPs) and their Web-hosted business tools.
Community News

PwC Lands Contract for Army Training

Secretary of the Army Louis Caldera announced today that the Army has awarded a $453 million contract to PricewaterhouseCoopers to provide distance education for an estimated 80,000 soldiers over the next five years.This program will enable soldiers to obtain college degrees and professional certifications using computers and online courses while they serve in the Army."This cutting edge, cyberspace program will provide unprecedented educational opportunities for our soldiers," said Caldera. "It reinforces the Army's long-term commitment to investing in its people.

GE Training Program a Win-Win for Budding CFOs

No one would disagree that Jack Welch has built General Electric into a huge, well-respected company. Still, with such a large effort, the company has put quite a bit of emphasis on a career track for financial professionals, and it's all about mindset and education.Budding financial staff go through the Financial Management Program (they are called FMPs), an experience that offers classroom and on-the-job training to 350 new recruits each year.
Technology

Excel Tip: Quick Word and Excel Tips

Create an Excel Chart with the Push of a Button.To quickly create a chart, using only your keyboard, select the data range you want to create a chart for and then press F11. Excel automatically creates the chart for you. Select an Entire Range of Cells in Excel.In Excel, if you want to quickly select the entire range of cells you're working on, press CTRL+SHIFT+ASTERISK(*).

Excel Tip: Copy an Entire Worksheet

Here's a timesaving tip for Excel users who frequently need to copy an entire worksheet (a page within a workbook) of information-such as a list of items for a monthly inventory-from one workbook (Excel file) to another.To copy an entire sheet to another workbook, follow these steps: Open the workbook into which you want to paste the copied sheet. Switch to the workbook that contains the sheet you want to copy. Right-click the Sheet tab of the sheet you want to copy.
Technology

Need Last Minute CPE? Let AccountingWEB Help You!

Are you scrambling to get all your needed CPE hours before 2000 ends? Check out these inexpensive on-line CPE resources. If you need assistance or have questions about CPE requirements and more, check out the AccountingWEB CPE Page. On-line training is booming in corporate America. On-line CPE costs less, and is increasingly becoming more sophisticated. There are plenty of companies providing on-line training that is cost effective and interactive at the same time.
Technology

PowerPoint Tip: Improving Overall Design

This is the first in a series of PowerPoint tips written by Scott Stein, PowerPoint consultant.Consistently, I get questions about how to make a presentation look better. A trainer recently commented to me that her PowerPoint backgrounds "look like a 3rd grader made them." To create attractive presentations, PowerPoint users must have a good sense of font use/selection, color compatibility, and art and animation use.

Excel Tip: Revising Protected Files Without the Password

A question was recently submitted by Barry Shrut, who wanted to know if there is a way he can revise a protected workbook when the password left with a departed employee. This tip may do the trick!Although you can't make changes to protected cells in a workbook when you don't have the password, you can copy the entire workbook to a new workbook file and the protection will not carry over to the new file.Select the occupied cells in the current worksheet.

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