Time for CFOs to Spark Up Relationships in China
Companies lacking a robust China re-engagement strategy risk paying a price in missed opportunities.
Leadership Lessons From a Year of Mass Disruption
"The volatility of the past year cannot be overstated. We’ve been calling it the 'agility economy.'"
Getting a Jump on Climate Change Disclosures
CFOs should start planning their communications strategies and assessing climate-related business risks as soon as possible.
Driving Engagement in a Remote Work World
Here’s how to inspire your team no matter where they are located.
The Case for The Recurring Revenue Asset Class
Recurring revenue is rising as its own asset class and one that deserves a new financing model.
M&A Deal Price: Agreeing to Disagree
When they agree to disagree, the seller and the buyer are acknowledging that an accurate price can’t be determined right now.
The Balanced Scorecard Approach to Capital Investment
The key to effective capital allocation is using an objective framework to drive the analysis, prioritization, and execution.
Remote Workers Alter State Taxes
States such as Texas and Florida that have no individual income taxes could become havens for remote workers.
CFOs Can Control the Health Care Supply Chain
Savvy finance chiefs are taking control of their health care spend by using unbundled plans.
5 Leadership Traps to Avoid Post-COVID
Turn 2021 into a year of execution by recognizing these traps that are holding you back.
CFO Exits Can Trigger Positive Changes
A change in finance chiefs brings a fresh set of unflinching eyes to bear when examining risks and opportunities.