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CFO Insights — Decision rights: Who owns what after a business model change?

Published on: Aug 25, 2016

In their never-ending quest for greater efficiencies, many organizations are globalizing operations to improve and simplify cost-management structures.

But changing business models and efforts to control costs with globalized operations and shared services can disrupt how organizations operate, creating confusion over how costs, income, and performance are tracked and measured.

CFOs, however, can lead the way in improving accountability for performance management by establishing clear decision rights. This issue discusses the assignment of decision rights after a business model change and suggests how finance can streamline the process.

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