Wendell W. Bragg specializes in teaching practical, goal oriented, accounting and finance skills as assistant professor at DeVry University.
Constantly focused on process improvement, Mr. Bragg applies his experience from numerous cost accounting positions from over 23 years at the Boeing Company.
Mr. Bragg has also contributed to the field of accounting with his article Let ‘em Eat Macadamia—Nut Chocolates on the ethics of using the power of a larger group (such as the government) to conduct unethical activities. His work has since been submitted to the in-house organization for strategic finance of Association for Accountants and Financial Professionals in Business (IMA), a worldwide association for accountants and financial professionals.
Academically, Mr. Bragg has also contributed his thought-leadership by providing editorial services to several textbooks, including Foundations of Financial Management, Block, Hirt, & Danielson,13th edition, Mcgraw-Hill/Irwin, 2009, to which he is also currently contributing to the 14th edition.
Furthermore, Mr. Bragg has developed system-wide and master e-College shells for a multitude of courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels while at DeVry University.
Mr. Bragg holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Brigham Young University in addition to a master’s degree in business administration from City University in Seattle where he also completed a graduate certificate in project management.
- The International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), adopted by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), will continue to see further adoption and widespread usage.
- Future developments in technology will provide and increase in both availability and efficiency of computer-based learning.
- As changes continue to occur in the coming years, passing the exam for Certified Managerial Accountants will be of increased importance.
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