I have either worked in or served accounting firms since 1990, and I see a number of consistencies from firm to firm. My greatest observation is that most, if not all, firms find it difficult to implement great ideas. These ideas may be in the form of a strategic plan, stem from a formal marketing plan, or be the result of a niche plan.

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