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  • CFO Analytics video series
    Ajit Kambil, Global research director for the CFO Program discusses why so many CFOs are turning to business analytics. Watch the video series to learn the questions analytics can help CFOs to answer.
  • 2014 Q2 Global CFO Signals
    Little wonder that in many of the 11 country reports in this edition of Global CFO Signals, finance chiefs are reporting sustained optimism, a healthy risk appetite, and expansionary tactics.
  • Cybersecurity: Five essential truths
    Given the costs and the increasingly malicious nature of cyber attacks, CFOs are understandably focused on identifying potential cyber risks and planning their corporate responses.
  • Congratulations on your promotion. Now give up your old job.
    Beware the traps of doing your old job in addition to your new one for an extended period of time and overestimating the quality of the staff you inherit.
  • Time: Protecting your irrecoverable asset
    Screening, scheduling, routinizing, and delegating are some of the ways new finance chiefs can protect their time and focus on the truly important items.
  • Protecting your time in executive transitions
    Many executives in our transition labs use four strategies to manage their time: screen, schedule, routinize, and delegate.
  • Fox Business Network interview, June 30, 2014
    Sandy Cockrell, national managing partner, U.S. CFO Program, Deloitte LLP, discusses the highlights from the Q2 2014 North American CFO Signals survey results.
  • Enhance confidence in your transition priorities
    Incoming executives need to be realistic about priorities and the time required to drive specific results, and clear about the risks that can impede success and the resources that specific priorities will require.
  • Second quarter 2014 – CFO SignalsTM results
    A mixed bag of sentiment and expectations.
  • What's keeping CFOs up in 2014?
    While the economic landscape may be (thankfully) tamer, the pressures on finance chiefs and their companies to perform continue to mount.
  • Elevate your transition priorities
    Explaining priorities with reasonable specificity and articulating the ways they will help your key stakeholders is of the utmost importance.
  • Making working capital work
    For CFOs charged with growth and determined to steer strategy, there may be no better place to look for cash than in working capital improvements.
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