13 things to hold partners accountable for, 10 ways to do it and 12 questions to ask. BONUS: Example of a personal accountability plan.
By Marc Rosenberg
CPA Firm Retreats
Partner accountability means different things to different people. Some quotations:
“If there are no consequences to failing to achieve a goal, then it is less likely that the goal will be accomplished.” – Marc Rosenberg
“If people are not prepared to be held accountable for what they do, it is unlikely they will achieve much.” – David Maister
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