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The above recording is a discussion of The Wize Guys, Brenton Ward with Jamie Johns, and Ed Chan shares the principles of a deep and narrow team structure for every accounting practice.
Find out how to lead your team in transitioning, implementing, and embracing a whole new concept and process. The Wize Mentors discuss the most common challenges that practice owners face when training their client managers and production team. Also, hear some ideas on how to overcome if you have a staff who pushes back on this objective.
Here are some of the facts that you'll learn from this audio:
The concept of deep and narrow teams
Best ways to address and transition to a new structure
How to manage traffic: communication and production areas
That ‘football analogy’ of a team structure
Most common challenges and pushbacks to face in transitioning
Idea #1: Don't be discouraged.
Idea #2: It takes time to change habits.
The importance of having your team understand the objectives
Idea #3: Encourage to lead.
Idea #4: Manage resources properly.
The analogy of a production triangle
Different forms of pushback
Idea #5: Choose the senior people.
Idea #6: Conduct 1-on-1 discussion.
Idea #7: Educate the team.
Why complexity kills businesses
Idea #8: Be persistent and consistent.
Which is more effective: 1-on-1 discussion vs group meeting
Idea #9: Do it efficiently, but manage effectively.
Idea #10: Do it slowly.
How to handle losing people along the process
The importance of ‘No Bypass Policy’
Idea #11: The body-system reporting.
How structure is related to your internal processes
Idea #12: Stop undermining and delegate.
Idea #13: Follow the hierarchical system.
Idea #14: Empower the team.
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