Managing Director & Partner; Global Co-Leader, Center for CFO Excellence
Juliet Grabowski is a core member of Boston Consulting Group’s Corporate Finance & Strategy and Financial Institutions practices. She co-leads BCG’s Center for CFO Excellence globally, and has led multiple engagements across industries to help CFOs transform their organizations.
Juliet advises clients on strategic topics, including organizational and operating model design, end-to-end process optimization, cost reduction, agile transformation, and leader enablement. Before coming to BCG in 2011, Juliet was a Manager of Strategy & Analytics at Digitas.
Companies can use the disruptive power of gender diversity to elevate innovation, resilience, and financial performance to new levels.
Sustainability has become inseparable from financial success, making finance leaders key players. Only they can hardwire this new priority into steering and performance management.
The best approach to zero-based transformation comes from treating all spending as investment and making the CFO a key strategist for generating value.
Finance leaders can drive strong business outcomes at a time like this. To do that, they need a new approach to forecasting and a team with more than traditional accounting skills.
In a recent interview with BCG, Workday’s CFO Barbara Larson and CSO Pete Schlampp shared insights on navigating today’s tricky terrain.
By demonstrating results early, new CFOs facilitate their longer-term strategy and transformation efforts, paving the way for growth.
A successful tenure begins with getting to know the finance function and establishing a vision to guide value creation.
CFOs' expectations for their companies are gradually becoming more optimistic, but many still see difficult times ahead.
Our second global survey reveals that CFOs are more optimistic than they were in April; nonetheless, they are still working hard to keep their businesses viable in the crisis.