Accounting practices don't add up! : Why they don't and what to do about it By Rob Nixon
By: Nixon, Rob.Publisher: Fremantle, Australia Vivid Publishing 2011Description: x, 179 p. : ill. 23 cm.ISBN: 9781921787355.Subject(s): ACCOUNTING FIRMS | ORGANISATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS | CLIENT RELATIONSHIPS | REMUNERATION | SALES | TEAM BUILDING | Public_Practice
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What's right and wrong with the traditional model ; Change is on the horizon ; The entrepreneurial accountant - an oxymoron? ; Your clients on your terms ; Put your own oxygen mast on first ; Buckle your seat belt - never charge by a time unit ; Accountants make great sales people ; Together everyone achieves more ; Design your model - it's yours! ; Changing the world
Suggests that the traditional model for running an accounting firm is outdated, and that accountants must change from simply being "order takers" to providing clients with timely advice on improving their businesses and achieving their financial and lifestyle goals. Outlines the author's approach to achieving this.