The CFO's Journey - Becoming the Boardroom's Value Integrator

The input of the Chief Financial Officer has become an essential tenet in boardroom decision making. As their responsibilities mount, how can CFOs ensure they are equipped with the right skills and knowledge to continue to be the fact-based voice of reason for their organisations? 

In this article, IBM's Sandy Khanna asserts that successful CFOs are 'value integrators', by combining finance efficiency with business insight across their organisation. It is supported by comments from Alan BannatyneBernard Cragg, Ian DurantGayle HaresIan Tyler and Jim Wilkinson.




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