After a sold-out 2011 event, the CFO Corporate Performance Management Conference will return to New York in January 2012. Bringing together CFOs and other senior finance executives from across the country, this year's conference will focus on tactics, tools, and technology--introducing new strategies to drive and monitor sustainable, profitable growth in a changing environment. The Conference will be held in New York from January 29 to January 31, 2012 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel.
The 2012 CFO Corporate Performance Management Conference offers attendees keynote presentations, networking opportunities, professional forums and panels led by industry experts on topics such as: The Risk Management Curve, The Human Side of CPM, Enterprise Information Systems, Profitability Management, and Globalizing Performance Management. Through case studies and peer-to-peer discussions, attendees will learn about and share new techniques that will help them better manage performance and analytical reporting in todayıs unsettled economic environment.
"CPM is a timely platform for the mutually beneficial exchange of ideas and solutions to some of the most difficult performance issues CFOs face today," said Deborah Patton, SVP Conferences. "This yearıs program will show you how to run a business in a changing environment with complex customer markets and delivery platforms." The keynote address will be delivered by Robert S. Kaplan, Baker Foundation Professor, Harvard Business School. Kaplan will discuss "Using Cost and Performance Management for Transformation and Focus." Known for co-developing activity-based costing and the Balanced Scorecard, Kaplan has authored or co-authored 14 books and more than 150 papers including 23 in Harvard Business Review. Recent books include The Execution Premium: Linking Strategy to Operations for Competitive Advantage, the fifth Balanced Scorecard book co-authored with David Norton, and Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing with Steve Anderson.
Other Highlights: Jonah Keri, Baseball Writer, Business Journalist and New York Times Bestselling Author will talk about "The Extra 2%: How Wall Street Strategies Took a Major League Baseball Team from Worst to First;" how the Tampa Bay Rays moved from divisional doormat to World Series contender in one of the greatest turnarounds in pro sports.
Workshop and panel speakers include Mike Gabaly, assistant controller, Lockheed Martin; Mary Loomis, senior controller, Next Generation Finance Planning & Reporting, Intel; Bob Paladino, Founder, Bob Paladino & Associates LLC; David Price, CFO & COO, EDGAR Online; Scott Pelham, Executive Director Finance, Verizon and Simon Robinson, SVP Corporate Financial Planning & Analysis, Discovery Communications, Inc.
For more information and to register for the 2012 CFO Corporate Performance Management Conference, go to www.cfocpm.com, where you will also find a complete agenda. CFO is a registered sponsor with the NASBA allowing attendees to earn up to 21 CPE Credits.
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