April is turning out to be a big month

First, I received word that an online comment I made on a Harvard Business Review blog post would be printed in the magazine.

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For those of you that can’t make it out, my 15 seconds of fame reads, “Business ain’t science.” I told the copy editor that I had more to offer than that and that I usually am grammatically correct, but they did not seem interested. “No, your thought really says quite a lot.” Uh-huh…

Next, my article on using project management to replace the timesheet finally made it into the Journal of Accountancy. Please comment there as I would love to get a big long string going.

Could it be that the Mets getting out of the gate strongly? I can only hope!

Ron Baker Summarizes the Firm of the Future

The Journal of Accountancy recent posted excerpts of an interview they conducted with Ron Baker. In this seven minute clip, Ron does a great job at summarizing the concepts surrounding the firm of the future, also known as a professional knowledge firm.

This is my latest slide that illustrates this powerful idea. It differs from what Ron espouses in that I make a change in the mathematical operator used in the equation to signify that the transformations enhance each other.

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Enjoy!