Cash flow management is one of the most important tasks to any CFOs. Cash is the blood of any entity. Having good cash flow management not only guarantees the health of your business but also forms a strong foundation to launch your business to a new height.
Changes in industry and global market provide an opportunity for CFOs to re-evaluate the capabilities and responsibilities of the finance function, align new models and processes to the business, set stages and SMART objectives for more accurate planning, budgeting and forecasting, as well as improve strategic decision making for growth. In the last post, we discussed about four evolving roles of the modern CFOs, which are changed from traditional tasks of financial governance and control to a more strategic and entrepreneurship role in the organisation. But no matter what the roles are, the ultimate goal of CFOs is delivering the most effective decision that will lead the organisation into the future.
Hanoi – August 19th, 2013 – Following the success of previous seminar in Ho Chi Minh City, the “Office of the CFO for Hospitality: new ways of working to maximize profits”, TRG once again bring this concept to the audiences in Hanoi. The seminar - which is on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at Hilton Opera Hanoi - is going to expect more than 120 representatives who are CEOs, CFOs, and Chief Accountants, Hotel owners, directors and managers from 3 and above star rating hotels, resorts and other companies in the hospitality industry countrywide.
Mastering different personality elements can help you to connect personally and more importantly, break down assumptions about how people should be treated. Such recognition can trigger a huge beneficial change in a business environment – if you know how to make it happen.
Ever since its introduction was brought to the industry, the Office of the CFO concept has been bruited about. Its latest seminar Office of the CFO: Change the way work is done in Hanoi – attracted a good turnout. CFOs, CEOs, chief accountants, high level managers and senior staff from nearly 70 companies have participated in the events.
As CEO of information security service provider Integralis, Simon Church makes it his business to know what’s going on in the never-ending fight against cybercrime.