Total Cost to Manage Taxes: Metric of the Month
Smart investments in tax strategy and tax processes can pay off big down the road.
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.
CFOs: The Architects of Enterprise Transformation
CFOs need to be part strategists, part change champions, and part value-creating tacticians to lead enterprise-wide transformation.
10 Vital Roles for CFOs
To ascend to (and remain in) the office of CFO and be great at the job, you will have to master these responsibilities.
Economic Woes Mean It’s Time to Understand Chief Restructuring Officers
Understanding the role of the chief restructuring officer has never been more important. Here’s what a CRO can and cannot do.
The Business Plan Is Complete, But Has It Been Socialized?
Meeting corporate goals requires the dedication of every team member. How can the CFO get all employees on the same page?
How to Prepare for the Recession on the Horizon
Management teams that develop a plan and prepare now will enter a recession with confidence and can emerge stronger.
Directors Lack Info on Their Core Concerns: NACD
Some of the most pressing issues boards of directors will face in 2018 are also the areas where they lack information or time to focus.
Data Analytics Adopters Brave Obstacles
More companies are using sophisticated data analytics, but they are also encountering cultural, focus, and efficiency problems.
Forecasting: Looking for Weak Signals
Forecasting the future is a tough act, but there are strategies and signals available that create a useful framework.