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"I believe that sometimes you have to slow down in the short run in order to speed up in the long run. In other words, it pays to invest in a good foundation to have a better house. This is an attitude, an approach, with which you have to come to terms for yourself." From his first trip to Beirut as a senior accountant to his recent tour as partner in charge of a major German engagement, John M. Crawford, now head of EO's International Department, has made this approach an integral part of his professional life. Jack, who returned to Executive Office lastyear, heads a department that operates in large part as a clearing house. It has administrative responsibility for our offices in Japan and South America and shares responsibility with Deloittes for offices in other parts of the world. EO International also provides communication between domestic and international clients, functioning as liaison where necessary. "We have to realize that there are differences in the way things are done inother parts of the world," Jack explained, "and then attempt to make these differences work to everyone's advantage—diplomatic dealings, you might say. In general the department sees that all bases are touched, that the quality is there and, most important, that the client is satisfied." Jack brings to the department the background, temperament and experience to fulfill these duties. Although he has spent many of his years with Haskins
People in H&S: John M. Crawford
Crawford, John M.
Boyle, Lindsay R.
Bailey, Daniel A.
Rowe, William E.
Lockburner, Thomas C.
Hoffman, Peter A.
Hogan, Thomas B.
Schumann, John S.
Harrington, Emmett S.
Herrhammer, Karl A.
Haskins & Sells. Executive Offices
H&S Reports, Vol. 12, (1975 autumn), p. 12-13
|Source||Originally published by: Haskins & Sells|
|Rights||Copyright and permission to republish held by: Deloitte|
|Format||PDF page image with corrected OCR scanned at 400 dpi|
|Collection||Deloitte Digital Collection|
|Digital Publisher||University of Mississippi Library. Accounting Collection|