Practice Management: Models & networks

Online Course on Practice Management Models & networks Online CPD Training Course
Practice models and networks

Is your accountancy practice firm is built on a solid foundation of:
• good decision-making;
• ethical and efficient processes;
• a balanced team of committed leaders?
If so it can be confident about its long-term future.

Practice Models and Networks examines the various models available such as sole practitioner, partnership, and corporate structures; the major approaches to profit-sharing and to decision-making within a firm; and the use of networks to multiply the power of your own advice.

This course is part of a series of eight courses based on the IFAC (International Federation of Accountants) 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.

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Online Course in Accountancy Practice Management - Models and networks

Practice Models and Networks enables the learner to

• Select the right practice model for your firm
• Consider the decision making process of your firm
• Understand the roles and agreements of partners
• Utilise their network to benefit your firm

 

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Learning outcomes of Practice Models and Networks

What practice model is right for you?
• Sole practitioner
• Cost-sharing arrangement
• Partnership of equals
• Unequal partnership
• The consolidator model
• Multidisciplinary firms
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• Family members working in the firm
• Decision-making approaches
• Issues to consider when structuring or
• restructuring a firm
• Partnership agreements
• Remuneration and profit-sharing models
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Using networks to add value
• Advantages and disadvantages of network
• alliances
• Referral network
• Professional network
• Management support network
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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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Other courses in the Practice Management Series

Planning for your Firm
Practice Management: Building and Growing your Firm

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