In this Future CXO Minute, Ep. 33, Wayne Sadin analyzes internal auditing processes and how CIOs can streamline audits through IT and automation.
Future Office of the CFO Minute
In this Future CXO Minute, Ep. 32, Wayne takes the definition of reengineering back to its roots as a method of optimizing processes.
In this episode, Wayne Sadin gives insight on holding the board of directors accountable for cybersecurity initiatives.
In the final episode of this interview series, Manny Korakis offers CFO insights on the process of centralized services and security.
In this Future Office of the CFO Minute, Manny offers CFO insights on establishing and maintaining harmony within the C-Suite.
In this Future Office of the CFO Minute, Manny Korakis shares personal experiences and insights to navigating the CFO and CIO relationship
In this episode, Wayne Sadin gives insight on what the CIO thinks of the CFO and why it’s essential they communicate and collaborate.
In this episode, Manny Korakis offers CFO insights on how financial leaders are adapting to CFO evolution.
In a move to further equip the CFO 3.0, Sage recently acquired GoPropsal, a provider of proposal management software. How else does this move impact the CFO?
In this CFO Minute, Manny Korakis offers CFO insights on technology and defines where finance functions are headed.
John Siefert kicks off this exclusive interview series featuring Manny Korakis and they outline the upcoming CFO insights and perspectives.
Proactively scaling market opportunities, the UN CFO Taskforce announces a staggering financial commitment to Sustainable Development Goals
Tomorrow’s CFO needs to understand how AI will equip them to be something more than the finance guru. There are 4 key facets of a CFO that will define how the AI output is used to shape the company culture.
Artificial intelligence shouldn’t be viewed as yet another shiny toy, but embraced as new way to be efficient. In this Future Office of the CFO Minute, there are 3 factors that need to be considered to help CFOs stay competitive.
How well a CFO coaches and leads by playing inside the rules determines the success of the company’s offense in spite of security attacks. The CFO can influence the way the business invests in people and technology to put up a strong front against cybercriminals.
Digital compliance is impacting the change of laws, change of security tools and options, and how companies are being held accountable. CFOs need to shift their thinking on how compliance can an advantage.
With RPA growth expected to hit 32.8% by 2028, there are still hesitancy in trusting automation. Why are CFOs lacking trust in automation? Could it be “old-school” thinking and relying on “gut instinct”? It’s time for CFOs to rethink automation.
There are many advantages to automation standards. And, for the CFO, this can be truly beneficial for long-term company growth, In this Future Office of the CFO Minute, some of these advantages are covered to ensure you are equipped for success
For the CFO, there needs to be a fine balance between investing in people and technology. This requires tight collaboration between finance and other areas of the business. However, this can cause huge disruption if not properly executed.
CFOs need be on the front lines to mitigate security risks. Their leadership is needed to create a culture of cybersecurity. And, this requires foresight and investment in people and technology.