Another Meeting?!?!…Sigh

By Steven E. Sacks, CPA, CGMA, ABC When in doubt, call a meeting. Jeez! How many hours in the US are cumulatively wasted daily with meetings? Are they really necessary? If yes, do you employ rules of courtesy,… Read More

So Much to Do and So Little Time: Achieving Success in the C-Suite

By Steven E. Sacks, CPA, CGMA, ABC There is no one right way that leadership can be defined. A high-level title is not a definition. Neither is continuous delegation of work without context nor unilateral decision making. Leadership… Read More

SWOT’s the Purpose?

By Steven E. Sacks, CPA, CGMA, ABC Professional service firms and businesses that seek to position themselves for the future must be brutally honest and self-aware. They might normally start with a top-down or bottom-up analysis of their… Read More

Set Your Staff on the Right Course

By Steven E. Sacks, CPA, CGMA, ABC If you don’t know where you are going, any road can take you there is a lesson Alice in Wonderland learned much to her frustration. This, too, can be frustrating for… Read More

Knowledge Maintenance: Gaining Employee Understanding and Support

By Steven E. Sacks, CPA, CGMA, ABC In my last post about the importance of collecting and storing institutional knowledge in the event of employee illness, resignation, relocation and acquisition, it is necessary to have the support of… Read More