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.
At a time when technology is automating much of the compliance function, globalization is delivering talent at pennies on the dollar, it is time for every CPA, not just the business development CPA, to do a better job of living up to our professio
Firms that continually refine their vision for the future enjoy increased engagement, inspiration, and unity. The clarity of direction enables you to make difficult decisions and take calculated risks that fit with your intended direction.
Do you have an inbox full of emails and don't know where to start? Do you use your inbox as your task list? Get the tools you need to break out of email jail. This session focuses on email behaviors and shortcuts for G Suite and Outlook users.
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.
Do you know your strategic questions? Chances are you're struggling to overcome challenges: integrating millennials, effectively managing data, leveraging technology, moving the needle on innovation, etc.
This breakfast session will feature the "Top Ten" reasons to join firm managers from throughout the country in 2020 as top issues and opportunities will be addressed through educational and networking offerings.
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