Accountability Is for Everyone

Businesswoman working late at deskDo you credit others as much as you do yourself?

By Bill Reeb and Dominic Cingoranelli
CPA Trendlines / Succession Institute

Most firms consider accountability an essential part of their leadership practices.

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In the PCPS Top Issues survey, for firms with 11 to 20 professionals, partner accountability/unity landed in second place. For firms with 21 or more professionals, this same issue ranked first in concerns to be addressed.