Improving Profitability Via Timesheets

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Educate your staff on the importance of time sheets and use them more effectively!

  • Understand why time sheets are important.

  • Learn to effectively communicate with employees.

  • Create a system that’s painless for everyone to use.




Expect to leave this course with action your team can take to address this new competitive set.

What Will You Learn

  • Choosing the Right System
  • Importance of System Maintenance
  • Utilization & Billability
  • Creating Department P&Ls
  • Staff Forecasting

Who Should Attend

  • Mid-to-senior Level Management
  • Accountants or Finance Project Leads
  • Independent, Small to Mid-Sized Agency Owners

Course Description

Staff hate timesheets so why are they so important? After this in-depth course, you will understand the critical data points derived from timesheets, and how to improve staff adherence and accuracy.

About the Thought Leader


  Andrew Suzuka, CEO/Founder, Optimization Partners

  With 20+ years of agency management experience, Andrew’s belief is that every agency owner has three choices when it comes
  to the future of their agency: acquisition, bankruptcy, or inheritance. Since no one wants to go out of business, and most next-of-
  kins are busy building their own lives, planning for scale and (eventual) sale needs to be the modus operandi. From growing his
  own experiential agency, to scaling and selling the leading millennial-focused creative shop, Noise, to leading its eventual merger
  into Deep Focus, Andrew has been involved in every aspect of building, running, and selling successful agencies. In 2016,
  Andrew launched Optimization Partners, an NYC-based outsourced financial management company focused on helping small
  to mid-sized agencies better concentrate on the work, growth, and profitability.


  Alana Moses, Senior Accountant, Optimization Partners
  Before entering the agency finance world, Alana worked as an auditor for Ernst & Young. This experience, combined with two
  subsequent years as a entrepreneur within the service-based business, provided her with an incredible foundation of knowledge
  for how agency finances need to be planned for and managed. As the Finance Director of Noise, Alana oversaw financial
  planning, analysis, and reporting into The Engine Group and subsequently, Lake Capital. At Optimization Partners, she helps set
  client budgets, manages cash flow, and provides insights from data that helps owners make much better and informed decisions.

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