Monthly Archive:: December 2016

Ringing The Bell Before Midnight on January 1

“Bells will be ringing…” is playing in my head as I entered holiday mode. I’d just jockeyed for a parking space, grabbed a cart (of course it is the one with a wiggly wheel) and checked my list as I entered my local big box store to wrap up my last-minute shopping. As I’m dropping […]

March To The Beat Of Your Own Drum

Well, it’s the middle of December 2016, as I write this. The time of year when many of us reflect on the past, from both a personal and professional perspective, and look to the future. What were your successes and where could things have been better? What did you celebrate? Did anything catch you by […]

The Renaissance Of The CFO Role

I keep seeing headlines, articles, blogs and other news about how the role of the CFO is changing. CFOs are going to need to become strategists, data analysts, risk managers, technology experts, and have the ability to navigate a complex regulatory environment. On top of all of that, we’re supposed to have strong people skills, […]