Accounting and Financial Women's Alliance

Accounting MOVE Project

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The Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance is proud to sponsor the Accounting MOVE Project.

2014 Accounting MOVE Project focuses on the Return on Investment of women’s initiatives within Firms. The report shows how firms calculate return for investing in leadership-track women; return on internships; and return on influence of women partners and principals.

  • By 2020, three-quarters of AICPA members will be eligible for retirement. What is your firm doing to retain incoming talent for the long haul?
  • Learn how Rothstein Kass captured a $6 million return on its multi-phase women’s business development program.
  • What is influence, anyway? Find out how to open the path to partner or principal for women in your firm.

2014 Accounting MOVE Project Report

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The Accounting MOVE Project is an annual survey of leading Financial and Accounting Firms to determine the state of women in the industry. The Accounting MOVE Project is based on the MOVE methodology, developed by research partner Wilson-Taylor Associates, Inc., which investigates the factors proven to be essential to women’s career success:

M – Money: fair pay practices;
O – Opportunity: advancement and leadership development;
V – Vital supports: work-life programs that remove barriers; and
E – Entrepreneurship: operating experience for managing or business ownership

Registration for the 2015 cycle of the Accounting MOVE Project opens in August 2014. Interested firms can gain more details about the project methodology through webinars offered by Wilson-Taylor this fall.