I’m really proud of the work I put in as a Co-Organizer for Get Hired (Tech and Healthcare). To give some context as to why along with the scale of what the leadership team has built, check out the latest message to our membership…
I would like to be part of a team that both promotes and has a hand in orienting the business strategy through internal communication and collaboration (alignment). This would make use of my ability to observe and identify risks, discover cross-functional business problems, and develop opportunities for continuous improvement.
The scale-up of you is the ability to recognize your current resources and opportunities, and then pair them with potentially new resources and opportunities through creativity, new possibilities and strategic fit. Your end result would be growth, improvement, newness, support of others, and so on.
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How can an accounting firm focus its talent acquisition on the firm’s overarching ambition – human interest in the good fortunes of others?
How a tool works is the least important aspect of this article – and the culmination of my focus for the training I provided. How to use a tool is more about the organization’s purpose. That’s the case with any tool when you think about it.
A story is where accounting firms may begin delivering a repertoire of professional services.
Will bookkeeping, accounting and tax services give themselves permission to be (and to feel) successful for a higher purpose?
“…the concept of creating new
products that create
meaningful synergies with
your original product.” – Thales S. Teixeira, 2019
Last week I wrote about my meetings with accounting firms. Their refreshing ambitions as individuals and as agencies belie the stereotypical “number cruncher” persona of an accountant. My discovery was this: Human interest in the good fortunes of others. In this Part II, if you will, I am going to look at accounting firms asContinue reading “Innovation: Accounting As A Process & Product”