Risk management and economic recovery look to be top-of-mind for finance executives when it comes to filling out the Finance department in 2013.
Budgeting and Forecasting
Electricity isn’t the only utility cost going up and up.
It’s not all about the 401(k) anymore.
Whether you’re definitely on board with cloud-computing or not, you’re most likely familiar with the basic concerns of it: data security, privacy, accessibility, etc. But here’s four aspects you may not have thought about.
It’s the question everyone wants the answer to right now (supervisors, employees and CFOs): How big of a raise will be given out next year?
More and more small and midsize businesses are changing the way they charge their customers — and in most cases, it’s music to a CFO’s ears.
In grade school you may have been told “never mind what your neighbor is doing,” but smart finance pros know that keeping an eye on what their peers are doing is smart business.
No shortage of policies in any finance department. But there’s one that needs a second look ASAP.
Excel spreadsheets are to Finance staffers what trucks are to, well, truck drivers. But an increasing number of CFOs are looking at the possibility of life without Excel.