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Market Value Creation: Finance Transformation Solution Set

Efficient and effective use of finance resources


Organizations face opportunities that demand fresh thinking and new insights. At these critical moments, Finance can and should lead the way. Deloitte’s1 Market Value Creation Solution Set gives CFOs a practical framework to help drive value throughout the business.

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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.

So you want to be a corporate director…
There’s no one way to go about a board candidacy, recruitment and preparation. It takes time – often up to two to three years – and a targeted plan.

Strategic Uncertainty
This article explores how CFOs and senior finance executives can navigate uncertainty by partnering with business units and championing an approach that balances strategy, risk, and finance in critical decisions.

Investor relations: What new CFOs should know
CFOs want external stakeholders to view them as having high integrity, strategic thinking, being a competent steward of shareholder resources, and of course, being right.

Turning strategic ambiguity into strategic clarity
How CFOs can leverage data and the planning and performance management cycles to address multiple aspects of strategic risk and in the process create opportunities for themselves to serve as business strategists and catalysts.

How CFOs can close the gap between management and investor views of company value
CFOs are taking on larger roles as chief communicators for their organizations, relaying news and strategy to a wider group of external parties, ranging from investors and analysts to rating agencies and regulators.

Closing the gap between management and investor views of company performance-two case studies
When it comes to valuing a company, management, investors and analysts may not necessarily have the same views, and it can be frustrating to management when the Street doesn’t perceive the company’s strategies or actions as contributing to shareholder value.

Lessons from the lab: The importance of talent assessment and relationship-building to new CFOs
Ajit Kambil, PhD and global research director for Deloitte’s CFO Program, discusses how incoming CFOs can tackle two early priorities: addressing talent issues or gaps in the finance organization and establishing effective relationships with business leaders inside the organization and with the investment and analyst communities.

Sustainability: Why CFOs are driving savings and strategy
Viewing the CFO's role through a sustainability lens ensures that the long-term economic viability of the company coincides with a balanced view of the environment.

Reining in project risk: Predictive project analytics
"Through predictive project analytics, organizations can identify and avoid failure by better understanding project complexity against the maturity of existing controls and governance models."

Breathing lessons
Straight Talk Series helps CFOs understand which activities and investments are truly worthwhile – and which ones are best left to someone else.

Decisions that matter
Learn how CFOs and CIOs can collaborate to drive more effective decision-making throughout their organizations.

1As used in this document, “Deloitte” means Deloitte & Touche LLP, which provides audit and enterprise risk services; Deloitte Consulting LLP, which provides strategy, operations, technology, systems, outsourcing and human capital consulting services; Deloitte Tax LLP, which provides tax services; and Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP, which provides financial advisory services. These entities are separate subsidiaries of Deloitte LLP. Please see for a detailed description of the legal structure of Deloitte LLP and its subsidiaries. Certain services may not be available to attest clients under the rules and regulations of public accounting.



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