By Bill Penczak
In times like these, firms should be challenging themselves with the tough question, “What do we want to be, today and into the future?”
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If maintaining the status quo and “serving clients,” whatever that really means, are the only responses your partner and leadership teams can muster, then perhaps it’s time to evolve from being a lifestyle firm to being one with a vision and the guts to achieve it.