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Are you ready for the changing role of the CFO?

Posted by: The ADP Team on 1 February 2017 in Human Capital Management, Innovation & Technology

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85% of Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) say their roles have expanded outside of traditional accounting and finance in the past three years.

As Heads of Finance/CFOs accept more senior management responsibilities, there’s often a need for them to wear new hats and navigate through other functional areas. Building the expertise to understand and manage these challenges can be difficult.

The Economist Intelligence Unit and ADP have created a series of articles examining the evolving role of the CFO/Head of Finance from three vantage points:

  • CFO’s partnership with HR to support workforce decisions
    Explore how your peers in finance are stepping up to meet increasing CEO expectations – and preparing themselves to take the top job.
  • CFO and CEO: Business partners, or married couple?
    Find out how CFOs are helping their businesses view their workforce as an engine of innovation – rather than a cost.
  • The data-driven CFO
    Learn why CFOs must develop a greater understanding of both emerging technologies and of their C-suite counterparts – the CIO/CTO

To ensure the information gathered reflects current developments, insights are based on both research and in-depth interviews with industry analysts and C-suite/senior executives from a wide range of sectors: natural resources, technology, consumer goods, financial services, ICT and automotive.

Click to read the resources and explore how you can improve outcomes for your business.

Written by: The Connect@ADP Team

 

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