Business performance management requires a different approach on the part of
finance directors if they are to do the job of improving the bottom line
properly. Moving far beyond the simple reporting of variances against budget,
the FD as ‘chief performance officer’ needs to engage with the business and
• What must the FD do to fulfil the CPO role?
• What skills are required and what support does the FD-as-CPO need?
• Does this role bring the FD into conflict with the role of the CEO?
View our web seminar and have your opportunity to hear our expert panel
discusses these issues – and answer your questions – helping FDs add even more
value to their organisations.
Speakers at this archived event include:
James Fisher, senior director solution marketing, SAP;
Malcolm Wilkinson, partner, Deloitte;
Carolyn Bresh, chair, ICAEW Finance and Management Faculty
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