Not an Automatic Marriage
When they prepare to go public, companies should pay special attention to constructing their boards.
Five Myths about Predicting Workforce Behaviors
The science of predictive analytics, commonly used in corporate financial planning, is missing from HR at most companies. Here’s why.
“My First Thought Was That I Couldn’t Imagine Doing That”
But Carol Sawdye’s first thought about a return to PwC didn’t last long. Her career is newly energized by diverse responsibilities and a wide-open future.
“It Was the Craziest Thing I’ve Ever Experienced”
CFO Carol Sawdye leaped into the fire in 2010, joining the National Basketball Association as the league prepared to battle its players at the bargaining table — and perhaps shut down for a year.
“I Couldn’t Think of Anything I Would Like to Do Less”
For her first CFO job, a veteran public accountant followed a path that she never would have considered, right up to the time she said yes.
Developing Markets: Growing . . . and Dangerous
Emerging markets will overtake the developed world in GDP this year. But CFOs looking at growth opportunities will have to exercise caution.