When we hear about disruption in business, it always applies to business models. But disruption occurs with organizational roles as well. One role that has changed a lot in the past decade is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) role. The position has moved from transactional to strategic—and that shift provides exactly what an executive team needs from their CFO. In this new role, CFOs do not only produce financial data, they also lead the charge in providing the organization-wide data, platform, and processes necessary for data-driven decision making. And with that role change comes a change in organizational culture. How organizational…
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