As companies and their leaders learn capitalize on new opportunities for growth in highly competitive markets, the role of the CFO is ever-more charged with preparing the company to meet these new growth challenges.
In a recent Argyle CFO Virtual Event, John O'Rourke of Host Analytics and two CFOs with thriving companies met for a panel
I recently moderated a boardroom discussion on this topic at the Evanta CFO Summit in Dallas. In this session, we discussed what strategies CFOs are deploying to build teams that are more analytical and insightful to other departments. We also spoke about best practices for integrating Finance into various divisions and functions of the organization.
In a recent Argyle CFO survey, 55 percent of respondents said that their level of collaboration with the CEO had increased in recent years. Another 16 percent said their collaboration had increased with the CIO and 15 percent cited that their collaboration with the VP of sales / chief revenue officer had increased.
These are all good signs that companies are making progress in
I recently moderated a boardroom discussion on this topic at the Evanta CFO Summit in Chicago. In this session, we discussed the changing role of Finance and the CFO in relation to various line of business executives and what tools, processes, and techniques can help strengthen