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  • Realigning your portfolio for growth
    By approaching the realignment process holistically and rigorously, companies can create a portfolio that delivers sustainable growth, and better utilizes future investments.
  • Evaluating IT: A CFO’s perspective
    Having both a common language and robust governance in place can lay the groundwork for assessing current and future IT architectures.
  • FP&A: What’s risk got to do with it?
    The practical application of risk-adjusted approaches within and across business units can help integrate strategic planning with risk and finance.
  • CFO SignalsTM: 2013 Q4 results
    CFOs are still not planning for substantial growth — and a growing number may be becoming more defensive.
  • Q3 2013 Global CFO Signals
    CFOs in many of the 17 countries and regions reporting share not only increased optimism this quarter, but also increased action.
  • How CFOs can own analytics
    Leading analytics to support operational decision-making requires a high-level commitment to shift the organization from a historical perspective to a forward-looking perspective.
  • Business Trends 2013
    Strategy & Operation's inaugural trends report takes a closer look at eight emerging forces that are influencing how organizations’ think about their strategy. Take this opportunity to energize your strategic planning activities by exploring new ways of thinking about some of today's business trends.
  • Marking time – the problem of excess cash
    In this economy, excess cash isn’t always a bad problem to have – however, keeping it on the books isn’t always the answer. When excess cash sits on the balance sheet, it’s not being utilized for initiatives that further innovation or growth. While cash distribution may temporarily satisfy impatient shareholders, returning cash won’t be enough to meet long-term expectations.
  • CFO SignalsTM: 2013 Q3 results
    A rising number of companies appear focused on reassessing and adapting their strategies, and also on reducing direct costs.
  • Harnessign The Three Rules
    The three rules can guide business leaders in setting their agendas and making critical decisions despite the ambiguity and uncertainty in today’s environment.
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