advisory services: real commitment or just talk?

overhead view of two businessmen meeting in lobbyhow your answer affects growth.

by sarah dobek

the unfolding events of 2020 will continue to be the tailwind of change for the profession.

the most significant and obvious change is the forced adoption of remote/flexible work. so many firms were convinced that remote work just wasn’t feasible. the pandemic has proven otherwise.

more:2021: you’ll never see ‘normal’ again|survey: we adapted to remote work … now what?|survey: 2020’s disruptions are only the beginning|covid brought us more and better client communication
goprocpa.comexclusively for pro members.log in hereor2022世界杯足球排名 today.

yes, for some firms, it’s not working well. but on closer inspection, these challenges are actually bringing to light systemic management and operational issues. from today’s vantage point, long- term operational change is inevitable as firms evaluate more permanent work-from-home scenarios in both the long and short term.