How CFOs Carve Out Time for What Counts Most
Top financial professionals in smaller public and privately-held companies increasingly find themselves acting as crisis managers, change agents, compliance officers, family financial advisors and more. This can make it difficult to stay focused on their primary task: assisting the leadership team to achieve its strategic goals. CFOs of smaller public and privately-held companies share how they manage their time and what skills they consider crucial for success. The focus is on relationship building and communication, knowing when to delegate (and to whom), and developing strategic partnerships.