Are You Ready to Imagine a Possible Future? Watch four scenario videos and join the digital conversation to share your thoughts. Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email Building on the work that has been done over the past four months– both in-person and online – the digital community is now being asked to do two things: Help improve the scenarios Help explore the implications of the scenarios For each scenario, you will be asked five questions: What about this scenario is plausible and why? What should be removed from the scenario and why? What is missing and should be added? What are the major challenges for accounting in this scenario? What are the major opportunities for accounting in this scenario? To help bring the four scenarios to life, you will find below quick videos as well as brief written scenario summaries. Slow and Steady (High Cooperation, Low Willingness to Embrace Technological and Social Change) A world where strong institutions guide decisions based on careful analysis: conservative, prudent, consensus-driven, standards-based. Slow and Study Summary Login to participate >> Phoenix Rising (High Cooperation, High Willingness to Embrace Technological and Social Change) A world where calamity inspires global cooperation and technology is harnessed for the common good: equitable, integrated, regulated, redistributive. Phoenix Rising Summary Login to participate >> Tech Titans (Low Cooperation, High Willingness to Embrace Technological and Social Change) A world where "wild west" innovation thrives with few regulatory impediments: dynamic, competitive, unequal Tech Titans Summary Login to participate >> My Way (Low Cooperation, Low Willingness to Embrace Technological and Social Change) A world where communities turn inward to protect local interest: protectionist, fragmented, community-focused My Way Summary Login to participate >> This digital roundtable is happening in parallel with in-person roundtables happening across the country. Inputs received through the digital consultation will be incorporated into the final action plan-framing workshop on December 4th. Don’t miss out! Login in today or create an account to get started. Related Articles Accounting | The Profession The future is now 5.3.2018 | Joy Thomas CPA Canada president and CEO, Joy Thomas, reflects on building a profession ready for disruption Accounting | The Profession Innovative project encourages CPAs and stakeholders to collaborate on the future of the profession 7.26.2018 | Daniel McKenzie In-person roundtables and online discussions will help create strategies to solidify CPAs as leaders in the business world Most Popular Canada | Personal Finance Time to set the record straight about these 5 RRSP myths 2.5.2019 | Margaret Craig-Bourdin Come RRSP season and consumers are often faced with a confusing jumble of misguided notions about this retirement savings vehicle. Here are some facts. Canada | News Tax system review will boost business, better serve Canadians 1.31.2019 | Sophie Nicholls Jones CPA Canada calls for review and possible overhaul of system in latest tax report. Huge complexity and a lack of access to social benefits are key concerns. @Work | Tools Nail that raise with these 3 expert salary negotiation tips 1.28.2019 | Mathieu de Lajartre This is the year to ask for a raise and other benefits. But it’s important to be prepared in order to get what you want. @Work | Trends Are you guilty of masking your emotions in the workplace? 1.25.2019 | Beverley Ann D’Cruz Putting on a front while on the job could be affecting your mental health. Here’s some professional advice on how to deal with that emotional labour.