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CFO Insights — Time — Protecting your irrecoverable asset

Published on: Jul 17, 2014

Deloitte’s research and insights from its CFO Transition Lab™ sessions suggest there are three fundamental resources that executives must manage during a transition: time, talent, and relationships. Of the three, however, time is the one irrecoverable resource, one that should be prioritized and guarded during – and after – a transition.

As an incoming or newly promoted executive, you need to develop a clear sense of the organization’s priorities while keeping the existing engines running.

In this issue, we discuss the macro strategies for managing your first six months as well as offer micro strategies for gaining control of your time going forward.


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