Transforming Forces in Finance and Human Capital Implications

Transforming Forces in Finance and Human Capital Implications

Finance is shifting from reporting the past to leading the future. 

Consequently, organizational roles and structures within the finance function are transforming, and finance teams need new competencies to match new opportunities and enterprise expectations. 

In this webcast you will learn: 

  • How finance is evolving in terms of strategy, structure and automation 
  • The corresponding human capital implications as companies think about how to recruit, develop, and engage the finance professionals of the future

About the speakers:

Rachele Collins, SPHR, SHRM-CP, Ph.D. 
Principal Research Lead, Financial Management 
As principal research lead, Collins is responsible for APQC’s best practices research in financial management, including the development of the research agenda, working with partners and alliances, serving our members, presenting thought leadership and developing new relationships and connections. She has been conducting benchmarking research and working to help clients improve their processes and practices for almost two decades. 

Elissa Tucker
Principal Research Lead, Human Capital Management 
Building on more than 15 years of experience in human resources research, writing, and advising, Tucker develops and executes APQC’s HCM research agenda. She has completed numerous research studies and reports on such topics as leadership; talent optimization; human resources trends; recruiting and hiring; training and development; performance management; and talent management.