by L. Gary Boomer While there are seminars and on-the-job training for managing partners, there is no book or school on how to manage an accounting firm.

Too often, managing partners get strapped with administrative duties and fail to lead the firm toward strategic objectives. It is a lonely role, as they have to enforce discipline, manage partner disputes, deal with financial issues and, in many firms, simultaneously manage a book of business in order to retain security and status.

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