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To underpin growth and minimise risk, CFOs must enable modernisation and agility across the organisation.
External and internal business challenges are accelerating, large Twentieth Century organisations designed to scale with stability and predictability have been forced to transform.The need for timely, accurate data is paramount for executives to make the right decisions to respond, profit and survive.
Far beyond financial steward, the CFO has emerged as the critical executive to support the CEO in leading this data transformation and evolution to digital operating models – as well as to support the blended combination of culture, people and technology it will require.
The Digital CFO will define and lead a best-in-class finance function which partners with and across the organisation as a role model for efficiency, sustainability, trust and managed risk.
Working backwards from the agreed strategy, then leveraging the right emerging and proven technology, the CFO will architect compliant and data-driven decision making to drive efficiency and reduce complexity.
Then implementing changed methods to measure value, performance and success – they will encourage new ways of working and a culture of innovation. This will align with national CIO’s business priorities outlined below.
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Dr. Mark Esposito
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