Historic Data is Out, Predictive Data is In

Dear World Finance Network Members,

In the run up to Future of Finance & CFO Summit 2018 we are excited to share with you ‘Finance Leadership 2020: Historic Data is Out, Predictive Data is In’ Report http://bit.ly/2Ajp8we  by SSON’s Global Editor, Barbara Hodge.

This report focuses on four global leaders from Jaguar Land Rover, VodafoneOlswang and Inmarsat on how their roles have changed. In today’s world, the key target for finance leaders is ensuring that the corporate people management strategy is aligned with the growth strategy. That requires access to relevant, truthful data, and reporting on it real time, if not in future time.

In today’s constantly changing world new business startups are creating major disturbances within industries that have remained the same for decades and in the midst of all these changes, CEOs are demanding forward-looking insights that help them redirect their focus on what matters most. Some of these concerns and challenges are discussed in this report.

Read the full report here: http://bit.ly/2Ajp8we

 

Some of the key topics include:

 

>> How the role of financial leaders is shifting due to the growth of digital transformation and increase in data transparency and accessibility.

 

>> How to handle challenges, such as data, that organizations are now faced with.

 

>> Jules Radford, VP, Financial Operations, Inmarsat and Sam Hewitt, Global Finance Services Director at Jaguar Land Rover opinions of forward-looking strategy for finance leaders

 

>>Chris Argent, Group BI Strategy and Planning Manager at Vodafone Group Finance view on how today’s finance functions have tools such as business intelligence and analytics in initiating improvement to the finance function.

>>Download your complimentary copy here: http://bit.ly/2Ajp8we

Have a great week!

PS: The findings of this report will be further explored at the Future of Finance & CFO Summit 2018 in London, UK. Have a look at the agenda: http://bit.ly/2mOFRBI

 

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