A New Planning Paradigm for CFOs
Is there a planning exercise that assimilates FP&A and S&OP? One that can harmonize, balance, and account for both leading and lagging indicators?
10 CFO Tips for the SPAC Transition
How to navigate both the “going public” and “being public” phases.
CFOs: The Architects of Enterprise Transformation
CFOs need to be part strategists, part change champions, and part value-creating tacticians to lead enterprise-wide transformation.
A New Year’s Resolution: The CFO Should Own Digital Transformation
Five reasons why the CFO is the crucial player in digitalization.
The CFO of 2030
How are finance chiefs going to create value across the next decade? Accordion convened a panel to find out.
Building A Finance Full House
By recognizing and understanding team deficiencies, CFOs can invest in the necessary expertise to gain controls and efficiencies across a remote workforce.
The CFO’s Response to Coronavirus Uncertainty
Learning the levers now will mean they can be deployed more quickly, more effectively, and more successfully later.
Buyers of Carve-Outs Encounter Integration Hurdles
Noncore assets carved-out can be viable growth opportunities for interested and experienced PE buyers, but integration is tricky.
Business Intelligence: A Life Hack for Today’s CFO
BI can rescue finance executives from the large, incoherent data populations and disparate systems that make diagnosing underperformance almost impossible.
ERP: Enterprise Reporting Partner or Problem?
The health and well-being of a company’s broader financial system starts and ends with its ERP architecture.
Financial Systems: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
While there is no one-size-fits-all financial system for the PE-backed universe, there is a four-step roadmap that portfolio company CFOs can employ.