The short answer to the question, whether the bonus scheme can guarantee the implementation of the strategy, is "no". Not only because of the environment and the number and strength of external factors influencing the organization, but also because of the complexity of the issue of bonus scheme itself. Katarzyna Derdzinska and Pawel Mlynski made an attempt to deal with this complexity and determined what conditions should be met by bonus schemes in order to - even without guarantees - significantly increase the chance of achieving strategic goals.
Can AI come in handy in the area of ??accounting? This time the answer is ?yes?. Joanna Porebska-Matysiak and Kamil Czerniak, from SAIO powered by ING, indicate an example of the process of closing open accounting positions, i.e. matching payments made by clients for invoices that were not accurately indicated by the payer. In this case, it is difficult to build specific algorithms based on rigid rules. It is enough for an intelligent robot to indicate a set of archival data (how payments were accounted in the past), and then properly train it how it should proceed in the future.
The draft amendment to the CIT Act and certain other acts, published on June 27, 2022, brings changes to the provisions of, inter alia, in the field of documenting the so-called paradise/tax haven transactions - both direct and indirect. Most of the materiality thresholds are to be increased, and some of the obligations are to be relaxed (e.g. the obligation to verify domestic suppliers will disappear). Importantly, the draft assumes that the new regulations will also be applicable to transactions carried out in 2021. Marta Szafarowska, from Gekko TAXENS, indicates changes in the so-called paradise/tax haven transactions.
Wiktor Doktór from Pro Progressio will talk about how he has built a thriving BSS (Business Services Sector) community over the last few years and how he feels about it in an interview conducted by Violetta Malek!