COVID-19: The Risk Management Part Is Unfinished
What actions should senior risk managers and executive management undertake to deal with the remainder of the crisis and its aftermath?
The Advantages of Switching to Long-Term Remote Work
CFOs should resolve to reimagine their businesses and workplaces so they’re more adaptable and resilient in the face of disruption.
Better Scenario Planning Positions Companies to Benefit From Disruption
Scenario planning not only identifies likely impacts on the P&L, balance sheet, and liquidity, it also helps companies identify market opportunities.
How to Keep the Bankers and Investors on Your Side During a Recession
It’s important to communicate to your banker and investors that you have a handle on the issues facing your company — but that you need their support.
Metric of the Month: How Quickly Businesses Adapt to New Risks
When a risk becomes a reality, top performers act to change policies and strategies quickly.
Baseball CFO Looks to Win with CPM Software
Rob Gagliardi of the Tampa Bay Rays puts a priority on improved scenario planning.
No Time for Budgets
Yesterday’s budgets are too slow for today’s volatile world. Here’s how to pick up the planning pace.
Companies Failing to Adjust Strategic Plans for Risks
Those that do, however, find that testing the potential impact of risks on financial results clarifies strategic options quickly.
Keeping Cool in the Hot Seat
The financial crisis has prompted CFOs to assume primary responsibility for risk management, and most believe they&spamp;rsquo;re on top of it. But their list of worries is long.