Only a few CFOs lead finance functions that truly outperform in both efficiency and effectiveness. Here’s what sets them apart.
Armed with foresight into how conditions will change, a company can take actions to preempt unfavorable outcomes and promote competitive advantage.
Managing risk involves more than complex financial models and formal systems. Here are ten basic principles that should govern the art of risk management.
Before investing in new performance management systems, leaders need to identify the metrics that really matter and design processes for translating data into effective decision making.
CFOs are under the gun. They need to manage the growing burden of regulatory controls while being proactive advisors to the business and ensuring a focus on the bottom line.
In today’s increasingly complex and less predictable global environment, planning has never been more difficult—or more important. BCG highlights ten guiding principles for getting it right.
To take action on the ideas explored in Davos, leaders must move beyond the talking phase into the next phase: actively implementing goals and proposing solutions through structured governance.
Conversations with the hands-on experts reveal six key success factors.
These days, investors are quick to punish what they regard as wastefulness. They are equally eager to reward smart capital allocation decisions and strong execution.
A select group of diversified companies outperform their peers in total shareholder returns, year in and year out. Here’s how they do it.
The rankings provide a valuable frame of reference by indicating which companies and industries entered the COVID-19 crisis with TSR momentum and which did not.
After achieving remarkable success in the 2010s, top performers in technology, media, and telecommunications face the challenge of maintaining their impressive trajectory in a volatile and highly competitive market.
Innovative services, digitization, and operating model discipline—the best performers pursue at least one and sometimes all three.
In the face of industry disruption, management teams need to shift gears, think like owners, and apply the fundamental tools of value creation with a reinvention mindset.
Investors are rewarding insurers that deliver on clear strategies.