- October 31, 2017
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As the finance function seeks to evolve from a general accounting role to the solutions engine for planning and plan execution, many CFOs have recognized the need for the development of a new type of finance leader who is data savvy, technologically literate, and comfortable with a more analytical and strategic role. A key step to building these future leaders is to identify, engage, and groom today’s high-potential finance employees through a targeted talent development program that goes beyond traditional finance and accounting knowledge and skills. To assess how organizations are doing in building this pipeline of future leaders, APQC has looked at the current state of investments in high-potential finance talent programs.
This white paper shares the results of APQC’s evaluation of high-potential finance programs, their strengths, their areas for improvement, and APQC’s recommendations on how to achieve better outcomes.