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Jim Proppe named to Accounting Today’s 2021 class of the Managing Partner Elite

August 16, 2021 In The News 1 min read

Firm Managing Partner Jim Proppe was recognized in this year’s class of Accounting Today’s Managing Partner Elite. He and fellow leaders were chosen for their resilience, adaptability, and strategic vision, all of which were tested by the pandemic.

Close-up view of balloons floating in the air.In an industry that’s often defined by tradition and reactivity, the leaders who bucked these trends were the ones who found a way for their firms — and their staff — to thrive amid a pandemic while preparing for what happens next. That’s why they were chosen as this year’s class of Accounting Today’s Managing Partner Elite. We’re proud that our Firm Managing Partner Jim Proppe was recognized in this esteemed group.

Noted for how he kept teams intact and nurtured staff throughout the tumult of 2020, what distinguished Jim Proppe’s nomination was his ability to embrace change. Accounting Today recognized Jim for “the frequency and intention with which he develops strategy and goals,” the birth of an office dedicated to change management, and his forethought from day one on his successor.

The publication also noted the various ways Plante Moran uses technology to improve the client experience, including robotic process automation, artificial intelligence, and enhanced data analytics designed to better serve the firm’s tax, audit, and wealth management clients.

Read more about Jim and the other MP Elite below.

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