Andy gives advice to hiring managers on the opportunity they are missing by focusing on experience rather than mindset.
I start with a story. Once upon a time there was a young couple who used to go to the beach for a walk together every Friday morning before they made their way to work . . .
. . . Early one morning after a big storm had passed they were walking along the shoreline and found a vast beach littered with starfish as far as the eye could see, stretching in both directions.
Procedures are written primarily to reduce the inherent risk by documenting in writing the business process or activity. Effective procedures are an insight and window into the control, governance and oversight of the organization.
Steve and Dave Bookbinder discuss what it takes to go from the Controller to CFO role.
Controllers know our accounting pillar like the back of their hand.
While examining why some collaboration is wonderfully successful while other collaboration fails, I came to one big realization. The key to successful collaboration is alignment. This article explores what alignment means in terms of two or more parties working together.