Eggs, Baskets, and Federal Benchmarks
Achieving financial management maturity
A continually shifting external environment requires that today’s Federal financial managers reconsider how they perform their roles. New mandates and directives appear at regular intervals, creating ever-expanding responsibilities. Learn how to assess the maturity of your organization’s financial management functions and determine which ones need the most nurturing.
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Deloitte’s flexible model can be applied to assess the maturity levels of all your finance functions or one or two specific ones. The approach can help:
- Compare your performance against objective benchmarks
- Isolate and map process, policy, business system, or personnel challenges
- Gauge how far you must grow to achieve various levels of maturity
The process — assess, prioritize, plan, execute — is straightforward. But the tool adds the rigor and objectivity you need to get you through an often challenging and uncertain exercise.
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