The e-myth accountant : why most accounting practices don't work and what to do about it by Michael E. Gerber and M. Darren Root
By: Gerber, Michael E.
Contributor(s): Root, M. Darren.Publisher: Hoboken, NJ, USA John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2011Description: xxv, 182 p. : 22 cm.ISBN: 9780470503669.Subject(s): ACCOUNTING FIRMS | ORGANISATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS | SMALL BUSINESSES | PLANNING | MANAGEMENT | HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT | CLIENT RELATIONSHIPS | Accounting_Firms
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The story of Steve and Peggy ; This CPA's personal journey ; On the subject of money ; The pursuit of money ; On the subject of planning ; The value of taking aim ; On the subject of management ; Management by design ; On the subject of people ; We the people ; On the subject of associate accountants ; Building a professional team ; On the subject of estimating ; The value of pricing ; On the subject of clients ; Making it all about the client ; On the subject of growth ; The art of growth ; On the subject of change ; The next generation accounting firm ; On the subject of time ; Managing choices, not time ; On the subject of work ; Getting to the real work ; On the subject of taking action ; Getting things done
Provides advice for accountants in small and medium-size practices on how to grow and improve your practice. Focuses on subjects such as how to shift from tactical thinking to strategic thinking, becoming a successful accountant-manager entrepreneur, and implementing innovative systems.