A unified approach to risk management also helps you adopt the “beneficial paranoia” that’s vital in today’s ultra-competitive global marketplace.
A shift is occurring in finance: one that relies on real-time processes to push analytics to the forefront and make finance a true partner to the business.
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Managing 3rd-party risks should be a very different approach to managing other strategic risks. They should be treated as your other value-added activities.
Why not leverage all the internal control that is assessed manually or automatically and shape it with a more performance-orientated intent?
CFOs and accountants are overcoming challenges and achieving business growth through predictive finance.
Businesses need to start treating risk management as a truly strategic concern—one that becomes a core mission for every layer of the organization.
Being CFO requires tending to the traditional post of information steward and business advisor while heralding a new vision for the finance department.
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A barrier to deploying integrated business planning is that we are not organizational change management specialists. The key is changing people's attitudes.