By Jay N. Nisberg

I  read with great interest your article (“The diffusion of a new idea,” Accounting Today, June 21-July 11, 2004, p. 9) in which you accused the “consultants to the profession” of being obstacles to promoting the idea of the end of time sheets and the hourly billing rate. For the most part, I enjoyed what you wrote until I felt this unwarranted attack upon myself as a deterrent to value billing.

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