Nestled within one of the half-dozen boxes of Apollo budget documents at NASA’s historical reference collection in Washington, DC, is a piece of paper outlining a “loose agenda”—sadly undated —for a meeting intriguingly titled Apollo Cost […]
My job takes me to many logistics and supply chain conferences. This week I attended the Jump Start conference. This educational conference is organized by SMC³. SMC³ provides less-than-truckload (LTL) solutions in the form of […]
It’s Customers, not shareholders who create long term value for a corporation. “It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it!” Upton Sinclair A spate of recent corporate scandals […]
Being a CFO is tough enough, but for those who work in the mid-tier, it’s harder still. You have all the issues that come with managing and organising the finances of a multi-million dollar business, […]
By Brett Stevenson. Lesson one of Brett’s blog post provided a brief introduction the overall principle of the individual responsibility of board members. This case study using the $4.9 million termination payment to the CEO Alex […]
What does it take to be an effective CFO in the public sector? And what can finance professionals do to have more strategic impact? Mandarin associate publisher James Judge talks to some CFOs (on and off the record) to get the answers.