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Elements: Transitions

The CFO Agenda

Nobody stays in the same position forever, least of all CFOs. That’s why it’s so important to learn the art of the successful transition, whether coming or going. In finance, legacies are formed in transition. And it’s up to CFOs to make them happen smoothly.

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Navigating change: How CFOs can effectively drive transformation
Sources of resistance to change and practical tools for CFOs to navigate change efforts more effectively.

Taking the reins: Managing CFO transitions
Transitioning into CFO role could challenging and exciting at the same time. So, Deloitte's CFO Program draws insights from interviews conducted with more than 20 CFOs from various companies with an average of $200 billion in revenue.

Winning friends and influencing stakeholders
Our research on CFO transitions finds that effectively managing time, talent, and relationships is critical to CFO success in the first year and beyond. Of the three, however, creating supportive relationships may sometimes be the most vital to executing key priorities.

A CFOs first 180 Days
Watch the business finance video, featuring Ajit Kambil, Global research director, Deloitte CFO Program, as he discusses how a CFO can master their role.

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