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The Chemistry of CEO | CFO Relationships

“Driver” CFOs may be in the driver’s seat


Increasing business complexity over the last decade has driven dramatic changes in CFOs' roles and responsibilities. These shifts have had a marked impact on both the personality types of people now in CFO roles, and also in the way CFOs partner with CEOs.

The working styles of both CFOs and CEOs show concentration around particular personality types, and some CEO/CFO personality pairings are likely to be more complementary, and possibly more durable, than others.

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