Most business owners view the sale of their business as the financial reward for their years of hard work and dedication to their passion. In many transactions, a business owner may want to keep a minority equity stake (for example, 10%-49% ownership retained post-transaction) in the business to participate in potential future growth and demonstrate to the buyer that they still have “skin in the game”.
As new business models evolve while whole industries develop and destruct in shorter and shorter time spans, the concept of finance transformation to help leaders chart the course of their future has sprung up.
While there are a lot of discussions about good analytics, how do we recognize bad analytics? Bad analytics is about more than not having good insights. So, unless one can identify bad analytics within a company, it cannot be prevented. Here are 11 key characteristics of bad analytics.
Andrew Codd, the Founder and Lead Producer of The Strength in the Numbers Show, joined us on CFO Talk to share a side of him his audience doesn’t see very often; his role leading a global data analytics team. His story includes a childhood dream of being a navy fighter pilot that was replaced with a desire to learn more about business after his first job in sales.
In this CFO Talk with Tamer Abomosalam we explore Tamer’s digital transformation journey as the Global Services Supply Chain CFO at NCR. Tamer is responsible for the data aggregation and reporting for 86 countries. His frustration with legacy systems, disparate data and a fortuitous conversation with a friend were the catalysts behind his successful adventure.