CFOs Frustrated with Return on FP&A Investments
Some wonder if they should continue the investments, but what they really should do is to refocus their financial planning and analysis teams.
A First-time CFO Manages Massive Growth
After a year in the job, Cognizant’s Karen McLoughlin has gotten her ducks in a row. But with the company in hypergrowth mode, they’re very much a moving target.
How to Structure Your Staff for Success
One key is giving strategically focused areas greater independence, which will generate more ideas and allow CFOs the time to be more strategic themselves.
Good Financial Analysts Are Made, Not Born
They probably won’t know what effective analysis looks like when they show up for work, so CFOs have to teach them. Here’s how.
Too Much Data, Too Little Judgment
Financial planning and analysis staff can&spamp;rsquo;t help CFOs make the right moves until they learn to apply more subjectivity in their analyses.
FP&A Peril: Too Much Data, Too Little Judgment
Financial planning and analysis staff can’t begin to give CFOs what they want until they learn to apply more subjectivity in their analyses.
The New Talent Mix
Finance chiefs are bolstering their strategic roles by hiring more FP&spamp;A help.