What the Olympics and the move to hybrid work have in common

Every four years we have the joy of watching Canadian athletes compete in myriad events at the Summer Olympics. It gives us the chance to cheer and marvel at the individual and team preparations needed to allow our competitors to shine. It seems like every hundred years or so we also face the burden of […]

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Positioning your organization for post-pandemic growth

And now comes the hard part. As the acute phase of the COVID-19 crisis slowly winds down across Canada and business begins to return to normal—albeit very slowly in provinces such as Ontario—leaders are finally able to take a deep breath, survey the financial damage and prepare for the post-pandemic recovery. Others may conduct the […]

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Introducing the new KRP client portal

After extensive development and customization, we’re pleased to introduce the new KRP client portal . The system is designed to enhance our client service experience, making it easier to review accounting and tax-related files in a consolidated, user-friendly dashboard. We believe that collaboration and communication are a key aspect of any successful partnership—which is how […]

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Kick-start your return-to-growth strategy with a focus on the workplace

What will the new normal be? That’s the question businesses across Canada and around the world are trying to answer as governments lift restrictions put in place to help limit the spread of COVID-19. With companies eagerly reopening retail locations, ramping up production at manufacturing facilities and re-energizing their offices, it’s critical for leaders to […]

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Want to maximize bottom line results? Minimize employee turnover

Hidden business costs can compromise the financial success of any mid-sized company. Manufacturing inefficiencies, retail shrinkage, service delivery cost over-runs, expensive overhead such as posh office spaces or first-class flights for business executives. They all add up and pull down profits. But few costs have as great an impact on an organization’s long-term success as […]

Real Estate

Your company is growing fast. Is it time to fire yourself?

Thank goodness for the so-called ‘unicorns’ of the knowledge economy. They’re the ones powering innovation, transforming markets—or creating entirely new ones—and helping their CEOs become ultra-wealthy rock star business luminaries along the way. But sometimes when their companies grow quickly, those magazine cover-worthy leaders run smack into an insurmountable wall of managerial challenges. That’s when […]

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The collapse of Jamie Oliver’s restaurant empire reveals the naked truth about over-expansion

You have to feel for Jamie Oliver. The British celebrity chef has endeared himself to audiences the world over with his innovative twists on everything from traditional English fare to Italian staples. He’s advocated tirelessly for improvements to school cafeterias and nutrition for children. His restaurant Fifteen was designed to teach cooking skills to troubled […]

Don’t be fooled: HR law compliance is a finance issue, too

Virtually every CEO would agree that employment law non-compliance, a failure to take workplace harassment seriously, and the general flouting of accepted human resources standards, is unacceptable. Building workplaces free of anti-social behaviour isn’t just an aspirational goal, it’s a basic legal requirement in every province in Canada. That’s especially so in Ontario, which has […]

Want to kick start business growth? Learn how to delegate

Hopefully you’re reading this article on a dock in Muskoka, feet up, beverage in hand while taking in views of a pristine lake. Maybe you’re enjoying the fruits of your entrepreneurial labour and taking some summertime downtime. But if you’re like so many business owners who have grown their companies past the medium-sized threshold—usually defined […]