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December is a busy month for CFOs and financial executives in NYC with tech meetups, trend reviews, forecasts for 2014, and lots of social events.
Boston CFOs and Controllers can close out 2013 with a bang! Check out the following programs offered by our CFO and Controllers RoundTable Boston Chapters:
In an age where competition and market share are no longer confined to just one country, many U.S. companies are eyeing globalization as the key to profitable growth. Yet while the promise of benefits, including more customers, a larger talent pool, enhanced production and larger market share, are tempting, the questions on how to get started are endless.
Merger and acquisition transactions are some of the most exciting and intense periods of activity that companies will experience in their business lifecycle. And while the opportunity for growth presented by a transaction can sometimes be enormous, it is the proactive and transparent planning for integration that’s prepared beforehand that can mean the difference between a monumental success or absolute failure.
In the ever changing world of business (profit and non-profit), Key Performance Indicators, (KPIs) are used by organizations and institutions to define and measure progress toward their goals.
Effective compensation strategies are one of the key pillars to a competitive and healthy business. Being able to attract key talent, retaining your existing base and continuing to incentivize productivity at all stages of a business lifecycle can influence the growth and footprint of any company.
As our national conversation increasingly recognizes the importance and impact of diverse corporate boards, it also raises the question of what it means to serve on a board. After all, no two boards are alike, with each tailored to the size, industry, type and mission of the company or organization they guide.
November is a busy month, and there's something for everyone: NYC CFOs, startups, venture capitalists and financial executives!
As we head into November 2013, The CFO RoundTable invites you to check out the following events of interest for CFOs and other senior financial executives!
Inside The Corporate Boardroom: How and When To Serveby 2020 Women On BoardsTuesday, November 12, 2013 @ The Harvard Club
What does it mean to serve on a board? After all, no two boards are alike, with each tailored to the size, industry, type and mission of the company or organization they guide. So where can you leverage your deep experience to positively shape the future of a company?
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