The Finance and Accounting Organization as Partner and Strategist to the Business

Description

How have successful finance and accounting organizations shed the image of policeman even in the wake of added controls to become partners and strategists to the business? It is because they accept technical competence as a necessity. The added value they bring is they spend more time developing and managing critical relationships in order to learn all there is to know about the business, its customers, and the competition. This session explores how the finance and accounting organization positions itself to work as a trusted advisor to the business.

Learning Objectives
  1. Upon completion of this webcast, participants will be able to:
  2. Identify key components of the partner and strategist role
  3. Recognize how strategy differs from operational planning
  4. Identify the criteria needed for successful partnerships
  5. Describe the importance of managing critical relationships
Major Topics
  1. Moving from the financial expert to partner and strategist role
  2. The nine elements of effective partnerships
  3. Creating a roadmap for increasing visibility and value to the organization
  4. Developing key relationships throughout the organization
Provider
Business Learning Institute
Course Level
Intermediate
Professional Area of Focus
Business & Industry
CPE Field of Study
Business Management & Organization
2
Who Should Attend
CFOs, Controllers, Financial Directors, Financial Managers, Finance and Accounting Teams
Instructor(s)
Alan Patterson
Prerequisites
Management Experience
Location
Online Course
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When
Jan 30, 2019
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Total CPE Credits
2.00
Format
Webcast
Instructor
Alan Patterson

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The Finance and Accounting Organization as Partner and Strategist to the Business


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