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For most Finance functions the transition from a supply driven policy focus to a business performance focus is an evolutionary rather than revolutionary path.
Successful strategy development for top teams is about making tough choices about where to invest limited financial, leadership and organisational resources and taking action through a shared implementation plan.
The global financial crisis is not just a quick passing phase, after which it’s back to business as usual. Instead, we’re into change that’s much more fundamental, perhaps even a “paradigm shift”. By Value Partnership Director, Nickie Fonda, this article was published in finance journal ‘Accountancy Ireland’.
For many, the job title has changed, but the functional mindset has not. But business partnering is not a role; it is a way of working based on shared ownership of an organisation’s challenges. Article written by Simon Court.
This recession has clearly accelerated the approach of a “Tipping Point in the Global Economy” and the relative political power of the players – some might conclude it has already passed? By Geoff Rogers.
Based on our 2010 workshop of the same name, Geoff Rogers’ report looks at the global economic shocks of the last 2 years as we continue to create tidal waves on the shores of the world’s economies.
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