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CFO Insights — Are your conversations strategic?

Published on: Mar 12, 2015

Increasingly, many CFOs strive to be seen as strategic. But what does that mean in practice — specifically in the critical conversations needed to move your company forward?

Such conversations happen in organizations all the time — in every economic environment. Making these decisions effectively, however, isn’t particularly suited for today’s frequently over-structured meeting formats. Instead, it involves a more thoughtful approach with the right input, players, and environment: in other words, a strategic conversation.

This issue discusses the what, when, why, and how of having strategic conversations and outlines some leading practices for making the resulting decisions stick.


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