Monday, July 29th, 2019

A Growth Issue

Never believe that a few caring people cannot change the world. For, indeed, that’s all who ever have.” – Margaret Mead

Currently, we are in a time of rapid growth for accounting firms. The whole merger & acquisition scene is creating firms that are becoming larger and larger and larger.

As firms get bigger, some of the personal touch culture is in danger for both the clients and the employees.

Your mission/vision says you care, you provide the best possible service for your clients and the best possible workplace for your people.

Have you lost some of that culture? Is it much more difficult to be sure that you are “keeping your word”?

If you are at the top of one of these larger organizations have you become too disconnected to know what is really going on?

  • "The only to really care is to have human beings who care (and give them the authority and resources to demonstrate that)."
  • Seth Godin

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