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The chief financial officer : what CFOs do, the influence they have, and why it matters / by Jason Karaian

By: Karaian, Jason.
Publisher: New York : PublicAffairs, 2014Description: xii, 147 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781610393850.Subject(s): Chief Financial Officers | CFOs | Executives | Leadership | CareersOnline resources: Download as an eBook
Contents:
Origins: from the back office to the front line -- Role: ensuring control, driving strategy -- Responsibilities: internal affairs -- Relationships: colleagues and partners, friends and foes -- Prospects: a world of possibilities.
Summary: Defines what a Chief Financial Officer is. Articulates the history and development of the role, from bean counter to front line business manager. Explains the responsibilities of the CFO, such as reporting, analysis, financing, and managing acquisitions and risk. Discusses the prospects of CFOs in the future.
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Origins: from the back office to the front line -- Role: ensuring control, driving strategy -- Responsibilities: internal affairs -- Relationships: colleagues and partners, friends and foes -- Prospects: a world of possibilities.

Defines what a Chief Financial Officer is. Articulates the history and development of the role, from bean counter to front line business manager. Explains the responsibilities of the CFO, such as reporting, analysis, financing, and managing acquisitions and risk. Discusses the prospects of CFOs in the future.

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