Six CFOs from diverse industries reveal their top business objectives for 2018. Next year promises to be an exciting (and, possibly, very critical) year for many companies. Interest rates may finally head higher, workers may be tougher to find, valuations pricier, and consumer spending more robust. Or, as CFOs know all too well, none of that may happen.
The role provides a unique opportunity to transform the composition of the workforce and the success of an organization. Imagine a job whose requirements not only rely on improving product and increasing financial success, but also span across hiring and influencing corporate culture.
It’s a hard thing to admit … that your work culture may be toxic. But identifying the symptoms and finding the antidotes for them can quickly improve morale, engagement, retention and productivity. Let’s get started.
What keeps corporate directors awake at night? Advances that could upend a successful business model, rapidly shifting global economies, and cyberattacks, to name a few.
Remote workers face unique challenges compared to on-site colleagues. A good manager — armed with the following seven skills and management practices — can ameliorate these obstacles.