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The CFO as a Catalyst to Better Decision-making

Human biases, group dynamics, and organizational blind spots can undermine corporate decision making. Clearly, decision-makers cannot always be right, but how can CFOs help guide their organizations toward making fewer mistakes, especially when it comes to decisions that can drive or significantly reduce value?

In this Driving Enterprise Value Dbriefs webcast, The CFO as a catalyst to better decision-making, held on December 19, 2012, Charles Alsdorf, Laura Bede, and Steven Ehrenhalt discussed:

  • What are decisions that matter, and ways to avoid common decision-making mistakes that individuals, groups, and organizations make.
  • Strategies for embedding the organization's decision-making framework across the enterprise.
  • Techniques that CFOs can use to become catalyst for improved organization decision making, including the application of analytics.

Watch the Dbriefs webcast to learn how CFOs can improve the quality of business decisions by stimulating organizational behavior change.

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