“There’s no such thing as information overload - there is only filter failure”. ~ Internet scholar Clay Shirky
10 Minutes with Vodafone’s Bobby Abraham: Defining the Finance Revolution & Tips on Reducing Operating Expense
Transformation in Finance is a continuous journey.
Organizations will need to change the structure and role of data centers in order to support the emerging digital world created by trends such as cloud computing, mobility and the Internet of Things, according to Gartner Inc.
For beyond the glamour of elite frequent flyer clubs and multi-cultural team conferences, there are a variety of offshore market entry models ranging from establishing a captive centre to end-to-end outsourcing to a third party vendor – and everything in between.
Nowow that the dust has settled on the 2014 year-end, spring is a great time to start improvement initiatives and consider new processes and systems that can help Finance improve its agility and value-add to the rest of the organization.
Imagine that you are now the CEO of your organization. Further imagine that it is underperforming. Worse yet, your organization has low employee morale, high labor turnover, declining market share, falling profits, competitors that are under-pricing you and constant criticism from your board of directors, investors and investment analysts. Sound like a fun job? What are you going to do? You start building.
There is ‘big change a comin’ for retailers, merchants and any business that accepts credit cards for payments,
When it comes to reporting, it seems like the CFO’s job is never done.
Despite significant upside potential, many organizations find it difficult to transform their AP function due to challenges in managing vendors, multiple internal departments, and divergent objectives, among others. However,
How to Effectively Implement HR Transformation: Interview with Jignesh Ramji, Regional HR Business Partner at Bloomberg
HR transformation can seem like a daunting challenge for organisations that see the need for the function to improve and evolve, but are concerned about potential disruption.