The pandemic has made accounting practitioners more aware of limitations—and of the value that can come from changing to better manage the stresses and unknowns of current working conditions.
Firms managing well through COVID-19 have found ways to become more efficient, more alert, more communicative, more creative and more strategic.
Take staffing and succession issues, for example, with which firms have long struggled. In our new environment, firms must find new ways to adapt to meet those challenges. Starting with their entry level team members, firms must find ways to build accountants who are entrepreneurs—and who will one day become partners.
How can firms do that? Ira Rosenbloom mapped out 8 ways to build a culture of entrepreneurs at your firm in a recent issue of Accounting Today. Read the article.