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This is podcast five of five of the ACCA strategy series.
What do you do to make sure you build a successful strategy for your accountancy firm?
Well, you've got to both recognise, acknowledge and respond to the inevitable trends that are impacting on your firm, on the profession and perhaps also on your customers too.
It's not just about responding to the changes... it's also about building strategy on the things that are stable in time.
In this podcast, you'll hear from Emily Inman and Stephen Pell, two owners of two different firms in two different niche markets talking about their insights and knowledge about the three things stable in time.
You'll hear them discuss the inevitable trends facing their niche, as well as the inevitable trends that are facing the accountancy profession.
I hope you enjoy the podcast.
1. Listening to @shrimpers https://humanisethenumbers.online/humanise-the-numbers-with-emily-inman-stephen-pell-acca-strategy-series-5-5/
ii) 2 accountants serving 2 different niches - sharing the different ways and needs of their clients and how they humanise their numbers... Listen in from 11m06s
iii) @shrimpers discussing 3 things stable in time for 2 accountants serving 2 very different sectors (listen in at 42m33s)
iv) What's the difference between your outputs and your services to your clients? Listen in at 35m38s... https://humanisethenumbers.online/humanise-the-numbers-with-emily-inman-stephen-pell-acca-strategy-series-5-5/
1.Here's Paul Shrimpling sharing the review of his conversation with Emily Inman and Stephen Pell
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2. Where is the common ground between being an accountant in the musics and live performance sector and being an accountant in the construction sector. In this fascinating discussion you'll hear Paul Shrimpling, Emily Inman and Stephen Pell identifying the 3 things stable in time in each of their firms.
3. What do you have to do in your firm to ensure that what you invest in the strategic thinking, the strategic hard work pays off for you as a business owner, your team and your clients as well.
Join Paul Shrimpling on this humanise the numbers podcast discussion with Emily and Stephen. And you'll hear them describe the merit, the value, the payoff associated with clarity around strategy for them.
Both of these firms are niche firms, one is in the music entertainment industry the other is in the building CIS arena and they talk eloquently about the focus they have for their firm and what the key trends and the things stable in time are that show up in their particular sectors.
4. In this discussion around strategy with Emily and Steven, each working as accountants but in very different niches you'll hear how they are supporting and guiding their business owner clients in a truly dedicated way.
You'll hear them elaborate on the key trends for their clients' businesses and the things that are stable in time, so that you can get a real insight into two aspects of strategy. Trends that are inevitable and the things that are stable in time, the foundations of great strategy. I hope you get some real value and practical insight from the discussion with both Emily and Stephen, enjoy the podcast.