A chief financial officer’s job is not what it used to be. It’s more. Decades ago, when information flow was slower and go-to-market cycles were epic in length compared with current rates, executing the company’s financial plan was not an easy job but it was a simpler one. Today’s global and technology-intensive marketplace has turned a CFO’s window of time for financial analysis, prognostication and planning into a quickly shrinking keyhole. Rather than wishing ...
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