4 Ways a Production Orientation Can Harm a Firm

Men doing precision work on a production lineWhat kind of partner is more valuable?

By August J. Aquila

A pure production orientation can have negative consequences for an accounting firm.

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These consequences include a focus on internal measures, billable hours and technical aspect of tasks, and inhibit the development of a marketing orientation.