Building and Growing your Firm expands on the themes of the two previous courses of this 8 part series, Planning for your firm and Practice models and networks, and also looks at issues such as developing a growth strategy, coping with increased regulation and competition, marketing, and how to enhance the “culture” of your firm.
This course is part of a series of eight courses based on the IFAC Guide to Practice Management for Small and Medium Sized Practices and has been produced with the permission of IFAC.
Work through the knowledge and application modules to understand the theory and exchange your ideas with your peers. Then complete the final Putting it into Practice module to create an action plan for your practice.
Practice Management: Building and Growing your Firm
enables the learner to
• Develop effective growth plans
• Put those plans in to action
• Create realistic financial plans
• Develop the right culture at their firm
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“Provides a sound basis for the theory underlying practice management.”
“Raises some useful points. The sample partnership agreement and checklist approach is good.”
“I like the way it was specifically targeted at accounting firms. Many courses on business planning is very generic.”
“It gave a general overview of all aspect in practice development.”
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Learning outcomes of Practice Management:
Building and Growing your Firm
Target audience for Practice Management:
Practice Models and Networks
This course is suitable for all accounting professionals looking to start or improve their practice.
Learners take their own route through the topics covered in the course. They will learn at their own pace through a variety of activities designed to accommodate a range of learning styles.
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