Publisher: Wiley, 1997, 300 pages
All over the world, a new breed of chief financial officer is revolutionizing the traditional position occupied by the finance function in the corporation. Presiding over processes that cut across the business, today's best CFOs set strategy, lead crucial change initiatives and acts as real partners in decision-making with their chief executive officers.
CFO: Architects of the Corporation's Future explores emerging solutions used by Finance executives pressed to streamline their businesses for the global arena and maximize value creation. Based on research involving more than 300 CFOs, and featuring more than 30 case studies, this practical book shows how to step in and make a difference — designing and construcing vital links from strategy to operational reality.
The Price Waterhouse Financial & Cost Management Team has compiled an authoritative, comprehensive guide to the role of finance in meeting the next millennium's challenges.
Tries to describe the CFO as the missing link that will solve all problems. What do you expect from an accounting company?