Communication, data analysis, and tech savvy are just some of the core skills needed to further the company's mission.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, career coach Amber Setter worked with ambitious clients who were on an energetic career path, vying for promotions in their organizations by increasing productivity and working long hours.
Strengthen cyber defenses by guiding organizational behavior and reducing tactical errors.
As a company scales, the spreadsheet software can impede finance’s pursuit of efficiency.
Finance chiefs are in a better position than ever to make the jump to CEO.
Supply chain planners can prepare for uncertainty by implementing best practices and using the right automation tools to make the job easier. Here, Alessio Lolli of Wolters Kluwer offers his tips for understanding the type of uncertainty your organization faces and finding the appropriate forecasting method.
Microsoft's spreadsheet still dominates corporate finance, for plenty of good reasons.
A recent FM magazine podcast guest offers guidance on redesigning work, and the workplace, after the upheavals of the pandemic.
Smaller companies can still go head-to-head with the big guys to attract and retain top finance talent.
Hiring difficulties are forcing some companies to explore labor-saving technologies and extend existing employees' hours.
More organizations are offering pay increases, flexible working arrangements, and signing bonuses in an attempt to recruit and retain staff in the midst of the Great Resignation.
By Jim Norton, CPA, GRF CPAs & Advisors Budgeting. Planning. Budgeting and planning. Financial planning and analysis. FP&A. Projections. Models. Forecasts. Pro formas. These are just a handful of terms that are often used interchangeably when talking about the process of analyzing an organization’s financial position. The buzz phrase that seems to resonate most with people lately is financial planning and analysis, or FP&A.
Management accountants can be invaluable in addressing cybersecurity risk.
AccountingWEB is proud to recognize Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2022 (March 21-27) by highlighting how accounting and finance professionals can embrace neurodiversity at their firms by fine-tuning the interview process and improving workplace culture. This will allow you to attract and retain the untapped talent of neurodiverse job seekers.
Here are three ways CFOs can help manage the talent shortage, even if they don’t supervise the human resources department.
Checking in with staff, piloting ways of working, and using data can allow you to understand better what employees want and retain them.
For teams that still heavily rely on Excel, it’s time to look at tools and solutions to help streamline finance operations.
Advocates say businesses that claim ‘labor shortage’ have overlooked thousands of potential employees
Meet Joel Black, Chair of the Governmental Accounting Standards Board and Richard Jones, Chair of the Financial Accounting Standards Board.
It's tempting to look for automation opportunities and jump right in. And while this strategy can deliver some quick wins, your firm will see better results if you create a process for innovation and a process around automation.