M&A Integrations: Leadership, Plans, and Incentives
Even when a merger is the right move for buyer and seller, integration can lead to productivity and morale issues that have to be sorted out right away.
Driving Engagement in a Remote Work World
Here’s how to inspire your team no matter where they are located.
They Don’t Teach Pandemics in Business School
How a professional services firm shifted its operations and culture overnight.
Not All CFOs Can Handle M&A
Numerous CFOs are excellent in their normal roles but may not have the necessary expertise to see a deal through to completion.
The Key to Business Success: Shared Clarity
Everyone in the organization must know exactly what success should look like and how it should be achieved.
Quick, Back-to-Basics Read for New CFOs
In "The Successful CFO," the author offers five focus areas for new CFOs and some “pearls of wisdom” for those who have been at the helm for years.
How to Lead in a Crisis
A key for leadership in crises is recognizing that the rank and file will be more likely to violate compliance mandates and managerial policy.
Scaramucci, Leadership, and You
The sorry tale of Anthony Scaramucci offers a leadership lesson for companies.
A Breach of Trust Can Move You Forward
What can you do when people aren’t aligned and speaking the same language?
5 Signs Your Finance Team Rocks
Find out if your leadership processes and strategies are putting you ahead of the curve.