Wed Oct 3 BST (about 3 years ago)
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Financial Times Headquarters
One Southwark Bridge, London SE1 9HL United Kingdom
In a climate of ongoing political and economic uncertainty, productivity levels continue to remain stagnant in the UK. Why do UK employees have a lower output than their European counterparts, and how much of this is due to Brexit? What can organisations do to improve productivity, so critical to achieving economic growth and competitiveness?
The Chief Financial Officer has a central role in promoting productivity across the business and communicating this to the Board. How can CFOs collaborate with the Chief Information Officer to help drive innovation and unlock value? How should they ensure that partnerships designed to foster innovation deliver value for the business and for shareholders? And how can they use their leadership role to maintain effective partnerships within the business and promote a culture of productivity?
The Financial Times, in partnership with Oracle, is delighted to host this private editorial dinner for cross-sector CFOs to discuss how they can take a leading role in improving corporate performance and creating value.
Chief Business Commentator and Associate Editor, Financial Times