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The role-revolution will NOT be televised | Go beyond disruption

4 years ago · 40 min listen

"This change is people first, then technology, and not the other way around".

We're focusing on Robotics and Process-Automation this month, and our guest is just the man to outline how Human Intelligence should accompany RPA to transform a business at scale. Chris Argent talks to AICPA & CIMA's Kyle Hannan about the challenges faced by high performers. Chris will be a speaker at our forthcoming "Finance Transformation" conference in London and offers a deep and valuable experience of change in the profession.

Our guest:

Chris Argent is a Business Intelligence and Analytics Programme Lead for Vodafone. He has moved from finance into finance transformation so is perfectly positioned to understand the challenges faced by high-performers in the profession as well as how they can develop themselves using what he calls a "loop of continuous improvement" Follow Chris at @ChristopherJLA and @GenerationCFO

We discuss:

  • changes in the finance profession sparked by RPA

  • plugging the education gap in the profession

  • how professionals are learning and developing themselves via networks and peers

  • The tangible value of 'intangible' data

  • How technology can enhance 'Performance Management'

Resources:

  • Discover Gil Scott-Heron's seminal song "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" via Wikipedia.

  • Chris' online community Generation CFO

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