Accounting News Roundup: Few Accounting Firms Ready to Capitalize on Current Trends; Use Your Business Card Better; Defining Critical Thinking | 10.28.14

Report: Few Are Ready to Take Advantage of Profession's Top 5 Trends [CPA Success]
CCH says those trends are: 1) Increased focus on client service; 2)Technology integration challenges; 3) Digital mobility opportunities; 4)Talent management and success planning; 5) Social media as a business tool.

Productivity Hack of the Week: The Two Pizza Approach to Productive Teamwork [FC]
That means between 5 and 8 people. 

Why Business Cards Still Matter (and How to Effectively Use Yours) [Lifehacker]
The perfect lede: "Business cards still matter because our memory sucks."

Bosses Seek ‘Critical Thinking,’ but What Is That? [WSJ]
Everyone seems to have their own definition; EY's Dan Black said this: "The ability to work with data, to accumulate it, analyze it [and] synthesize it, in order to make balanced assessments and smart decisions." 

Grant Thornton opens Stamford office [GT]
The second office in the Constitution State.

The 3 Best Ways to Lose Your Top Staff [AWEB]
Includes: clouding the path to partnership.

Dear America: Quit Flipping Out About Gluten [Foodspin.Deadspin]
Tell your friends.

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