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Revised CAS 315 | Revised CAS 600 Group Audits Now in the HB | Data Analytics... Useful or Scary? | Want to Be More Productive? Try Doing Less | Sorry, not Sorry | [Free Webinar] CSQM 1 Implementation Blueprint

Revised CAS 315 Identifying and Assessing the Risk of Material Misstatement | CSQM 1 Canadian Standard on Quality Management | Revised CAS 600: Group Audits | Section 3041 Agriculture | Section 3400 Revenue

Planning for Revised CAS 315 Implementation | Talking to Your Clients about Revised CAS 315 | Responsibilities Related to Fraud | Eat the Ugly Frog First | CPA Canada CSQM 1 Webinar

SQM Workshop & Toolkit Database Coming Soon!! | CPA Canada Quality Management Blog | CSQM 1 Overview Session: Free 1-Hour Recording Available

Revised CAS 600 Group Audits Approved | Proposed Standard on the Audits of LCEs NEW PEG FORMS RELEASED | Critical Thinking Enhances Professional Skepticism

ASPE & ASNPO Standards Update (Free Webinar from AcSB) | 51 Things to Do When You Need a Break From Work | The CPA Way: An Approach for Addressing Professional Problems | WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW NOW ABOUT CSQM 1 (ISQM 1)

In the Press...

IFAC | Preparing for the New Quality Management Standards: ISQM 1 Risk Responses

In part two of a three-part series, Kirsten explores the design and implementation of risk responses


IFAC  |  Preparing for the New Quality Management Standards: ISQM 1 System Evaluation and Monitoring

In this, the last of a three-part series on the new quality management standards, we cover the evaluation of the system of quality management. We began the series addressing establishing quality objectives and identifying and assessing risks.


IFAC | Preparing for the New Quality Management Standards: ISQM 1 Quality Objectives and Quality Risks

This is a critical time for professional accountants in public practice. Many standards are evolving, with none perhaps more important than the suite of new and revised quality management standards recently approved by the IAASB.


LinkedIn  |  That’s a Good One. Write It Down.

One of my objectives in training is to help participants remember and implement what they learn.


LinkedIn  |  Auditing: Is it a Science or an Art?

Is auditing a science or an art? After pondering this question for several weeks, I have come to the conclusion that it is both. The actual process of following the standards is a science however its application is an art


LinkedIn  |  Focus on Today but Do Not Forget About Tomorrow

There are many upcoming accounting, auditing and other standards changes and therefore a few ideas to keep in mind today to help you save time in the future.