In this session, we will build on the session from last year, where we examined an approach to improving the link between fees and value. The approach to pricing innovation depends on the target client segment.
The fallout from the still-unfolding global financial crisis provides several perfect examples of "fat tail" risk, those that flow from the low-probability, high-impact events that generate upheaval more often than we think.
Learning is a vital part of developing, retaining and growing our firms. We will discuss how the changes around us are impacting how we learn and discuss ways to adapt. We will feature firms’ successes in this area.
The Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair has changed the landscape around sales & use tax (SUT), determining that states can broadly require online retailers collect sales tax even if they lack a physical presence in the state.
Firm managers should attend this session to learn how to read communication and behavioral signs of their partners so they can work more collaboratively with them. We will also discuss setting expectations and defining and success measures.
This session is onsite only. A working session with firm managers of accounting firms with 110+ people, designed to get inspired, enlightened, encouraged and educated on the top trends and issues facing CPA firms today.
The digital era has brought about a blistering pace of change that’s only getting faster. It’s rapidly resetting consumer expectations and challenging organizations to disrupt themselves to remain relevant.
We are living in face paced changing world which is impacting our cultures and the learning environment. We will review strategies for strengthening learning, so we are building capacity at all levels.
Join us to review the 2019 tax filing season; we will “rate” the season as a group and discuss some of the challenges of TCJA in the new IRS “post card world” such as the new Forms and Schedules, QBI and how the loss of Miscellaneous Deductions an
Lean Six Sigma consultations within the accounting profession primarily focus on process improvement within the firm's tax and assurance practices, often overlooking internal operations where there is a trove of production efficiency and financial
Embracing new technology, will not isolate people or make us irrelevant as some fear. Instead, when used correctly and ethically, technology can empower leaders and employees to create stronger business relationships.