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There’s a lot of talk these days about financial management (FM) transformation—and the people who manage accounting and reporting are in the thick of it. Several reasons explain this. First, chief financial officers (CFOs) today want to reposition the brainpower of finance and accounting. Second, there’s increased board-level scrutiny of safeguards against enterprise risk. Lastly, the need to reduce the operating costs of FM is not going away. In all, the goals of FM process change today invariably mean increased speed, accuracy, and cost-efficiency in general accounting and reporting. Use this Blueprint for Success report and collection as a starting point for change efforts within general accounting and reporting.
- Blueprint for Success: General Accounting and Reporting
- Blueprint for Success: General Accounting and Reporting - Report Overview
- Look at the Big Picture to Cut General Accounting Costs
- Analysis Can Shed Light on Extra Financial Reporting Costs
- How Efficient Are General Accounting Employees?
- How Many Employees Perform General Accounting?
- Staff Size Can Illuminate Process Weaknesses
- Manual Journal Entry—Increases Costs and Errors
- Time to Close the Books—How Fast Are You?
- Measure Finance's Basic Efficacy