In May this year I was lucky enough to present at the Smithink Young Guns Conference on the Gold Coast. My topic, “Leading the firms’ to leverage cloud and new technologies”. In preparing the presentation into a structure that I hoped would be both impactful and memorable, I managed to codify my key points into what I call “The 7 C’s of Value Added services – the secret to en masse adoption of advisory”.
Last Friday (25/9) I was lucky enough to attend and present at the 2015 Australian Payroll Association (APA) annual conference at the Australian Technology Park in Sydney.
Once again, Tracy and the APA team put on a super event. With 3 streams of fabulous content & presenters, great organising and catering, and a wonderful batch of exhibitors showcasing the best of industry suppliers.
I was charged with presenting the topic “The Future Of Payroll”. In preparing my presentation, I was reminded of a quote by Peter Drucker:
“Trying to predict the future is like trying to drive down a country road at night with no lights while looking out the back window”
Nonetheless with the following caveat, I gave the improbable a crack: