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CFO Insights — Talent dilemmas: What should you do?

Published on: Jul 30, 2015

Among the hardest decisions CFOs face are those pertaining to people. Time and again, new executives tell us that their biggest regret in their first year on the job was moving too slowly on talent issues. And longer-term finance chiefs know that not having the right people in the right seats may compromise the execution of their vision.

While there are no simple answers to talent dilemmas, identifying and understanding critical trade-offs and having processes to address them may lead to better resolutions.

This issue discusses three talent situations that can disrupt your team and offers approaches to consider.


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