While your business budgeting and planning process may be far from perfect, mitigating even a few of the biggest red flags can lead to dramatic improvement in the overall process.
Few internal departments can claim a greater need for analytics and data-driven insights than finance.
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Just as the players of a team all have varying talents to win the game, the C-suite functions as a team where each position is critical to success.
As important as culture is, it is not usually associated with the financial side of the company, so in turn CFOs don’t concern themselves with contributing to positive culture. History has proven that shouldn’t be the case.
The finance department has long been rich in data, but CFOs often receive data too late to inform strategic decisions.
Understanding the differences between growth and scale is critical for CFOs as they manage the finances of a rapidly expanding company.
Data was supposed to solve everything, but it has also muddled the role of the CFO.
Ian Charles of Host Analytics speaks about his experiences as a CFO
While being a CFO demands a high level of financial knowledge, your expertise in the field may cause you to gloss over some of the simplest parts of business budgeting.