CFOs today have to be more innovative and dynamic to adopt best practices and skills to create value for the organization. However, most CFOs nowadays are expected to break away from the number-crunching analysis and consider themselves strategic and tactical players.
Are CFOs prepared? Do they have the ability to meet the new requirements of an active job?
The CFO of today and tomorrow should analyze financial data to plan strategies and influence decision-making. They should have many more abilities than simply knowing technical bookkeeping. The CFOs are considered Chief Operating Officers with a primary focus on finance. They help guide and impact decisions involving the financial angle.
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