Most CFOs want to boost their revenue strategies to remain competitive amidst the continuing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Only some will succeed.
For finance professionals and management accountants in industry (working in public, private, not-for-profit and government entities), these are challenging times. We know how important career mobility is, and that’s why we’re here to deliver the latest insights, tools and resources to deepen your knowledge and give you the freedom to take your career wherever you want to go. If you want to reimagine your skill set, your role or even your entire company and prepare for whatever the future holds, we’re here to make that happen.
Building financial resiliency
Future-proofing you and your team’s skillsets
Technology is rapidly and significantly transforming finance, accounting and tax functions. Get started with this free learning pack, which includes an overview of key technologies and other factors impacting the profession, and one free CPE course.
Leadership and lifestyle coaches suggest that the best way to increase a person’s ability to manage a crisis is to improve their emotional intelligence.
CFOs Amal Ratnayake, FCMA, CGMA (Official Community Corporation in Canada) and Sherin Cader (Financial Services Industry Group - John Keells Holdings Plc in Sri Lanka) discuss the skills and experience needed to become a trusted and effective CFO.
Protecting your organization from risks
Financial managers must balance the COVID-19 response with a forward-looking disaster-mitigation approach because any number of crises could be just around the corner.
Prospective employees often seek more than just a hefty starting salary. Here is how to attract and hire outstanding talent in government.
Tom Hood, CPA/CITP, CGMA, the CEO of the Maryland Association of CPAs and the Business Learning Institute, shares insight into the future of remote work, why a company’s approach to flexible work can define its culture and more.
Technological advances, globalization, climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic make for a world of rapid changes and uncertainties. One way for businesses to keep up is to become agile.