Until Partners and senior practice decision makers of accounting firms can master the art of re-invention, they face going the way of the fax machine. The struggle to stay relevant amid industry changes and evolving client demands is a pressing one. In this article, Andrew Robertson shares his top three strategies for ensuring Accountants stay relevant and continue to prosper over the next decade.
Find out how the leader of the MotoGP competition is winning based on his consistent performance, week to week, and how Accountants can apply the same lessons to achieve their growth goals. I’ve included a Performance Management checklist for you to follow and questions that allow you to assess how consistent you are.
A proven framework for practice acceleration should guide your overall growth strategy, whilst ‘trial and error’ is a necessary mechanism for tweaking and enhancing the finer points of your client delivery model. This week I show you how to use both to achieve immediate growth in your practice.
Last week I talked about how we as accountants and business owners are low on time and have over-crowded to-do lists. This week I got my own jolt about just how important it is to make time now.