Advanced Training for Accounting Professionals
This session is dedicated to the possibility that innovation goes beyond just technological developments. Technology is important, but it is only a small part of innovation. For innovation to be more fully complete we must look at other areas including the internal processes of the organization and most importantly the very language we use. Innovating like this is hard work and not for everyone because it requires deeper thinking than is most often thought. If you believe you can attain this level of thinking, you are invited to attend this session facilitated by Ed Kless, Sage senior director of partner development and strategy.
This session is dedicated to the possibility that a professional firm will be more effective for its customers if it begins to sell not hours or service, but access to the brains of the professionals. Creating access level agreements is hard work and not for everyone because it requires professionals to think differently than they have in the past about what it is they really do and sell. If you think you have what it takes to make this shift or are just curious about it, you are hereby invited to open a dialogue about how best to alter this language by Ed Kless, Sage's senior director of partner development and strategy, who will facilitate this session.