Strategic Priorities

The CPA Alberta 2022–2025 Strategic Plan received endorsement from the CPA Alberta Board in early 2022. This comprehensive plan considers external factors, potential risks, and key strengths that are expected to influence the organization and the CPA profession in Alberta both in the immediate future and the long term.

The strategic plan revolves around four primary strategic priorities, which are:

CPA Alberta strategic priorities

  • Protect the public

    CPA Alberta's regulatory processes must fulfill the organization's statutory mandate to protect the public while ensuring the level of regulatory oversight is proportional to its intended outcome.
  • Ensure a sustainable professional accounting ecosystem in Alberta

    Through education, outreach, and branding, CPA Alberta will learn, adapt, and influence relevant societal issues that affect Alberta citizens’ and organizations’ economic well-being.
  • Fulfill market needs

    CPA Alberta will meet the existing and emerging needs of the province for CPAs through the recruitment of new CPAs as well as the retention and ongoing development of existing CPAs.
  • Empower a responsible, accountable, and resilient organization

    CPA Alberta will be a workplace culture that embraces diversity, equity and inclusion as well as exhibits fiscal accountability and enterprise risk management.

CPA Alberta Strategic Plan 2022–2025 and Corporate Business Plan 2024–2025

CPA Alberta's updated strategic plan presents the details of CPA Alberta's three-year vision and addresses key challenges and opportunities for CPA Alberta in 2024–25 as part of the organization's corporate business plan for Year 3.

2022-25 Strategic Plan and 2024-25 Business Plan

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