Thursday, September 6th, 2018

Three Factors in Effective Firm Management from Koltin

“If the role of managing partner isn’t valued, don’t give up your day job.” – Alan Koltin

KoltinLast evening I watched a short video via the Journal of Accountancy by Alan Koltin. He is so right-on, I loved it. I hope you’ll take just two and one-half minutes to learn about three factors in effective firm management.

I have observed that so many firms have little respect for the role of managing partner. Some even think that it is something the person designated should do in their spare time.

There are many factors of success in managing an accounting firm but Koltin has featured the big three:

  1. Talent
  2. Setting management up for success (authority)
  3. Valuing the role

Watch the video or read the transcript here.

  • "Instead of being a speedboat, often you are like the Titantic."
  • Alan Koltin

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