To what extent have you, your colleagues and your firm been looking at the efficiency, effectiveness and productiveness of your accounts and tax teams whilst in the working-from-home, locked down world we’ve been living in in recent times?
In this discussion you'll hear from the infamous Ron Baker
and from three very strong managing partners of accounting firms across the UK, one in the North, two in the South.
You’ll hear each of them sharing their experiences of not working with timesheets and working with time sheets.
And so this podcast is called the timesheet tussle, which will hopefully contribute to your thinking around the merits or otherwise of using timesheets and maybe other ways of driving the effectiveness, efficiency, productivity, and therefore, of course, the profitability of your firms.
So please join me along with Nigel Bennett, Luke Smith, John Hillier (the three managing partners) and Ron Baker at humanisethenumbers.online.
1. Listening to the Timesheet Tussle on the Humanise The Numbers podcast with Ron Baker. https://humanisethenumbers.online/episode-21-ron-baker-and-the-timesheet-tussle/
ii) Ron Baker shares how timesheets are the wrong metric for delivering value to your business owner clients. https://humanisethenumbers.online/episode-21-ron-baker-and-the-timesheet-tussle/
iii) Timesheets? Are you for or against? If you listen to only one podcast this month - listen to this one. There are some jugular challenges that could transform how you are measuring value in your firm.
1. Listen this preview of a truly brilliant podcast explaining a little about the Timesheet Tussle with Ron Baker, Luke Smith, John Hiller and Nigel Bennett...
You’ll hear each of them sharing their experiences of not working with timesheets and working with time sheets. Fast moving, great insights, well worth a listen...
2. Timesheets? Are you for or against? If you listen to only one podcast this month - listen to this one. There are some jugular challenges that could transform how you are measuring value in your firm.
3. How are you measuring value in your firm? Listen in to this brilliant and lively discussion as a panel of three well established and forward thinking UK accountants hear from Ron Baker - who, if you've read any of his books you will know has a very clear and no-nonsense approach to the use of timesheets in accountancy firms