CFO: Architect of the Corporation's Future / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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'If CFOs need a blueprint for the next millennium, this is it. A rational, comprehensive view of how to re-shape the corporation and the finance function for the challenges ahead.' Robert Hoffman, CFO Monsanto 'A provocative discussion of what the 21st century corporation needs - and how the CFO can provide it, designing the structure for global value creation, element by element.' Erik G Nelson, senior vice president & CFO Procter & Gamble 'CFO: Architect of the Corporation's Future offers finance professionals clear, practical advice for meeting growing demands from management inside the corporation and the investment community outside.' Dudley Eustace, vice chairman & executive vice president Philips 'This book redefines the CFO's role in readiness for the corporate world beyond 2000. It presents a guide to what the CFO has to do to secure the corporation's future and his or her own career success.' Dieter Timmermann, CFO Braun AG 'Survey results, concise case studies and the CFO "checklists" that end each chapter make this a well-organized, quick and insightful read for anyone interested in the future of the financial executive.' Financial Executive magazine Business/Finance
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About the Author
PricewaterhouseCoopers is a leading, worldwide client services organization. Its global Financial & Cost Management (FCM) consultancy team helps organizations to optimize the finance function's contribution to business strategy and performance. The FCM team focuses on planning and achieving large-scale change - through enterprise-wide systems implementation, value based management, activity based management, performance management and improvement, treasury and business risk management, shared services and outsourcing. Through the PricewaterhouseCoopers financial management benchmarking program, and collaborative research with the Conference Board and others, FCM consultants work with multinational corporations in a range of industries to identify and share best practices for major finance processes.
Table of Contents
Leading Corporate Change.
In Pursuit of Value.
Driving Home Strategy with Performance Measures.
Developing a New Generation of Activity Based Managers.
Integrating Financial and Business Risk Management.
Re-Shaping the Business from a Value Perspective.
Breaking down Borders Using Shared Services.
Stepping up Decision Support with Systems Change.
Delivering a Vision for Finance.
Becoming the Architect of Your Corporation's Future.
Notes and References.