CFOs Must Embrace a Culture of Equality
Diversity among finance leaders is lacking: Only four of the Fortune 100 companies in the U.S. have an Asian, African American, or Black CFO.
Finance During the Crisis: Five Lessons from CFOs
Boards and management teams, along with CFOs, now see the importance of an adaptable, agile finance function that operates in near-real time.
Accenture Adds Clarity Insights to AI Business
The acquisition "will fortify and broaden our ability to help our clients scale AI across their businesses."
Siloed Usage of New Technologies Thwarts Innovation
"The conventional IT stack wasn’t built for today’s world of analytics, sensors, mobile computing, AI, the internet of things, and billions of devices."
Health Care CFOs Broaden Their World View
Study suggests a link between revenue growth at health care organizations and their finance chiefs' attention to clinical outcomes and data governance.
Why Risk Management Should Be a Higher Priority
CFOs are equipped to turn risk into an advantage, an international accounting leader says.
Compliance Functions Lag on Tech Savvy
Many risk falling behind their peers or, worse, losing relevance because of failure to adopt the most modern technology tools, says Accenture.
CFOs: The New Guardians of the Enterprise
Accenture research shows that 77% of CFOs are exploring how disruptive technologies could benefit their organizations.
Future of Finance: Humans and Machines Unite
Human minds alone are no longer a match for addressing business risk. But neither are machines alone.
Zero-based Budgeting Is Surging
More companies are biting the bullet and going through the painful process of realigning their culture to support a transformation to ZBB.
In a Broad Shift, Deals Target Digital Savvy
Companies adjust their M&A focus toward targets that can bring in digital capabilities, Accenture research shows.