As CFOs establish responsibility for planning for the future of their companies, they are also reconsidering what skills and aptitudes they will look for in finance teams of the future.
CFOs have traditionally sought finance professionals who follow specific educational and career paths. But as the roles of finance teams evolve from those of tactical reporting functions to those of strategic business partners, CFOs are devoting greater attention than ever to how they develop, as well as retain, the finance teams they lead. In so doing, CFOs are rethinking not only what knowledge and skills finance teams ought to have but also how finance teams continually acquire knowledge and skills that are valuable to their companies.
During this Webcast we will reveal:
- Why CFOs are emphasizing the ability to learn new skills, and not only prior education and experience, among the key characteristics they seek as they plan for finance teams of the future,
- What advances in workplace learning enable finance teams to acquire knowledge and develop skills that are valuable to their companies, and
- Best practices finance leaders can use to apply the latest advances in workplace learning in order to attract, retain, and demonstrate the value of top-performing finance teams.