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.
‘High Potentials’ Are Not Putting Career Plans On Hold
In the current climate, CFOs are at risk of losing their most senior direct reports.
To Make More Money, Find a New Job
Last year was a banner one, pay-wise, for executives who switched employers, but still a less-lucrative one than job-hoppers enjoyed a few years back.
Globalization Recedes from Its Prior Dominance
Corporate executives believe that consumers will increasingly prefer locally or regionally produced products.
Survey Shows Tensions Between CFOs and CIOs
Fewer than a third of finance chiefs are deeply aligned with their IT leaders, whom CFOs see as growing less able to track the impact of new technologies.
Few Companies Have an Adequate CFO Succession Plan
Four in five finance chiefs say there's not currently anyone in the company ready to take over the role, a survey reveals.
Should You IPO?
Unless your company is big, profitable, and a category leader, the wisest choice may be to wait.
Emerging Best Practice: Promoting CFOs from Within
Succession plans are less risky when the new finance chief is an internal hire, a top talent expert says.
Why Your Tax Department Should Have a Bigger Voice
Tax regulation is mounting worldwide, elevating the importance of giving the tax function "a seat at the table" in corporate decision-making.
C-Suite Optimism Falls Sharply: AICPA
Executives with CPAs at U.S. companies say profits are expected to grow less than 1% over the next 12 months.
Boardroom Doors Still Closed to Female Execs
A new survey finds that nearly four in five women who are C-level executives at public companies have yet to serve on a board.