The Influence of Cultural Competency in Accounting

dc.contributor.authorAnthony Hannah
dc.contributor.authorMario V. Norman
dc.contributor.authorKimberly Johnson
dc.description.abstractThe Influence of Cultural Competency in Accounting<br><br>Abstract:<br><br>Purpose – This research aims to highlight the influence of culture in the accounting profession and introduce/advance a framework for cultural competence in the accounting field.<br><br>Design/methodology/approach - This paper is written for academics and practitioners, focusing on strategies to promote cultural competency in accounting. It includes professional rationales for accounting management and HR practitioners recognizing the need for and the factors impeding cultural inclusiveness in the accounting profession.<br><br>Findings - Due to globalization, cross-border business operations are continuously growing. The need to understand and address cultural differences is imperative.<br><br>Originality - This paper offers solutions to equip leaders in support of human capital management with engaging, retaining, and diversity and equity competency for current and future employees and the globalization of their customer base. It offers recommendations for cultural competencies to help strengthen business and leadership address culture systematically in their highly complex roles. <br><br>Keywords – Accounting, Culture, Competency, Diversity, Globalization, Human Capital Management, Inclusion, Leadership, Recruitment, Strategy, Talent Management<br><br>Paper Type - Article/Research Paper<br><br>
dc.titleThe Influence of Cultural Competency in Accounting
dc.typeJournal Article, Professional Journal
dcterms.bibliographicCitationStrategic HR Review / Emerald Publishing 21(6), 195-200, (September 8, 2022)