The 13 Signs You Have a Partner Problem

Businessman holding two papers with happy and angry face each on themAnd seven ways to fix it.

By Marc Rosenberg
The Rosenberg Practice Management Library

In my experience, roughly 60 percent of all CPA firms (below the Top 100) have either major partner conflict or a pronounced lack of effective partner communication and/or relations.

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This is a huge problem because unless the partners of a firm work reasonably well together, it is very difficult for their firm to be truly successful. I’ve always been a believer of the adage “partners who play well together do well together.”