Measuring the effectiveness of IT continues to be a leadership struggle. CFOs look to metrics to gauge IT’s ability to deliver. Companies do not budget IT spending as value chain costs, so CFOs continue to view IT as a support function cost center.
Supply chain dependencies continue to impact production. Labor and material shortages are not the only pressure; cybersecurity in the manufacturing industry must evolve because the future of manufacturing will include supply chain risk. Read and share this article.
Optimism bias becomes a problem when we ignore the facts and allow ourselves to believe it won’t happen to us. We disregard the reality of an overall situation, which causes problems within our professional and personal lives. Read and learn about how this CFO was held responsible for their bias.
How will joining the Two-Comma Club change your earnings and reputation? Read and share this article.
How does SWOT check blind spots and firmly held assumptions that prevent the development and leverage of assets (people, information, technology, and facilities) within your business? Read and share this article.
Each day, we make decisions about money, time, and energy that flow down the drain. Without a stopper in place, we can struggle to evaluate and measure consumption effectively. These recurring leaks in cash flow lead to wasteful spending habits each quarter. Read and share this article.
New records in both issuance volume and proceeds, criminal enterprises are cashing in on private and public companies. How will these board-level disappointments impact you? Read and share this article.
As CFO, will your priorities and budgets account for conflict and hidden problems? Industry warnings preface the future and your next step. How will you reconcile fiduciary duties with cost containment moving forward? Read and share this article.