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Are budgets still relevant?

Jun 20 at 11:00 AM EST / 4:00 PM GMT
This webcast will enrich your understanding of how organizations are transforming their budget processes to remain relevant.

How to get better feedback

Elizabeth Grace Saunders outlines a few key ways to determine whether it’s a good time to seek feedback.

Michael Lewis’s argument for laziness

Bestselling author Michael Lewis has a theory on success: Cherish leisure. By embracing an attitude that emphasises a kind of laziness, Lewis has found he can focus his efforts where they matter.

How incentive pay can go wrong

Employees seem to like pay-for-performance incentive systems, researchers Chidiebere Ogbonnaya, Kevin Daniels, and Karina Nielsen write for Harvard Business Review.

Rethinking the value chain

Today, organisations’ value chains - the series of steps they take to deliver their products or services - include a multitude of business relationships which impact the bottom line.

Joining the dots

Leading in a new era requires the ability to join the dots, connecting the most relevant information and people from across the organisation when making decisions.

Finance business partnering

A collection of CGMA resources for accounting and finance professionals on how to extend their role to include finance business partnering.

Resilient business models

How can business model analysis be used to improve business performance? This collection of resources highlights the latest thinking on business model analysis.

How to keep clients when employees leave

University of Southern California researcher Joe Raffiee used an interesting dataset to study a classic business problem: What happens to business relations when a key employee leaves?

A CFO's key competencies for the future

This report provides a guideline for CFOs to deal with an unknowable future. Learn what key skillsets will be redundant in the next three years and what roles and competencies will become more essential.

Human rights risks in the supply chain

Regulators, shareholders, and consumers increasingly expect companies to be accountable for what goes on throughout their supply chain. Here’s what to look for.

Measuring employee trust

Gauging workers’ faith in the organisation can help employers understand retention patterns and productivity risks.