Companies need to take financial steps now to handle the coming shifts, says Mathieu Morin, CFO of Direxyon Technologies.
Recent polling from StrategicCFO360 shows a plurality of finance chiefs don’t expect current issues in the labor market and supply chain to resolve for at least another year. Here’s how they’re strategizing to adapt.
Understanding your earnings on a granular level is the missing link in CFO-Board financial management. Here’s how to make it happen.
Finance chiefs need to play a much broader role than the ‘numbers and cents’ focus of the past, says Dennis McLaughlin, CFO of Fortis.
New polling from StrategicCFO360 shows finance chiefs gaining confidence in companies’ ability to handle ongoing volatility, despite lingering concerns over inflation, supply chain and labor shortages.
Antitrust law isn’t—or shouldn’t be—about breaking up businesses just for being big.
What employees want from work is shifting at all levels post-pandemic, and finance chiefs are no exception, says Rick Gallagher, CFO of Progress Partners.
You’ll need an effective business model, operating system and culture to get the most out of your information.
How one manufacturing firm breathed new life into a mature infrastructure, boosting creativity and innovation in the process.
Finance talent is evolving into data analysts and truth-tellers, strategically guiding the organization to seize profitable revenue opportunities.
Making sure changes are people-centric will pay dividends in the long run.
The days of finance chiefs having to be the end-of-line ‘no’ for most decisions are over, says April Downing, CFO at Khoros.
The SEC is on the case. So ‘be careful—but don’t wait for the government to act.’
Finance chiefs are uniquely positioned to help build brands in the targeted way demanded by today’s markets.
Marten Abrahamsen, CFO of Fundbox, reflects on the career transition.
In the battle for top financial talent, upskilling comes into focus as a C-suite priority.
An excerpt from CFOs: You need more than a plan for ESG data, you need a flywheel.
How upskilling and automation can power the future of finance.
Any investment decision CFOs make today should profit the organization in the future—whether that’s right around the corner or a year ahead.
If you want great results, assuming your team understands the outcomes you’re looking for is the best way not to get them.