Some say the fourth industrial revolution is upon us. As new technologies and interconnectedness across the global economy are reducing the need for routine tasks, organisations are forced to consider new operating models as old ones stand to be disrupted.
However, because organisations do not discuss the issues with one another, there is currently no composite picture or vision of the finance function of the future.
The future of finance global research project is designed to bring together different organisational views, to create insight into the process of change, synthesise a composite picture of the finance function of the future. The goal of the research is to guide organisations through an extraordinary time of change and to ensure the continued relevance and employability of CGMA designation holders in businesses across the world.
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This white paper tells the story of the research underpinning our views on how new competencies are emerging in a digital world.
Join the authors behind the Future of finance research in this series of webinars as they discuss their findings.
Learn about the importance of an evolving mindset and the implications for finance professionals in this future of finance research paper.
Discover the evolving shape of the finance function in the digital age, as described by senior executives in this future of finance research paper.
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The finance function has a mandate to go beyond its core accounting role, as described by senior finance executives in this future of finance research paper.
An introduction to the Future of Finance research, the methodology used and the common themes emerging from the first phase of interviews.