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  • The Growth–Profitability Trade Off: Method or Myth?
    Whether or not you’re a believer in “green shoots,” it’s likely you’re watching closely for signs of an upswing. But can you pursue meaningful growth without sacrificing the next quarter’s numbers?
  • No Credit? Big Problem
    In an economic crisis, cash is king. However, most business leaders lack experience managing around cash flow, concentrating instead on earnings and growth. So, do you focus on cash or drive long-term growth?
  • M&A Integration: Fast or Slow?
    Since an integration plan usually identifies the desired end state early on – why delay the process of getting there? When is faster better? When does patience pay off?
  • Who Do You Want Driving Your Finance Transformation? The Finance Team Veteran or the Killer Project Manager?
    Already have a finance team veteran with a gift for project management? Lucky you. Everyone else has to choose. Here’s one way to work through this important decision.
  • Are You Using Allocations as a Management Crutch?
    In theory, allocations create transparency into financial and operational business drivers. But some companies are now questioning whether they are an effective management tool, a crutch – or an obstacle.
  • Sales Quotas in Uncertain Times
    The economic crisis is making it hard for sales teams and companies to meet their sales goals. Should companies take a hard line or a kinder and gentler approach to incentive plans?
  • Seeing Around Corners: Leveraging Advanced Workforce Analytics
    In these turbulent times, organizations are struggling with tough workforce decisions. Is now the time to adopt advanced analytics for workforce planning or stick with their current approach?
  • Alternatives to Paying Big Bonuses?
    Talent strategies are designed to attract, motivate, and retain employees. In the current economy, what compensation and talent strategies are the most effective for financial services companies?
  • Offshore. Nearshore. Not sure.
    China and offshore manufacturing are now almost synonymous. But is China the leading choice for every situation?
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