Reinventing the CFO: Choose to Be a Better Business Partner

 

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Historically, the role of the CFO was one of accounting, compliance, budgeting, payroll, and financial reporting. In the future, operations leadership and boards of directors are expecting the office of the CFO to play more of a lead role in running the business.

This article, originally printed in One Eighty, a bi-weekly newsletter from Arkonas, lays out what questions CFOs should consider in order to answer operations leadership's call to make the office of the CFO more forward-thinking.

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