Friday 21st September, 2012
9:45am to 10:25am
As the pace of global competition has increased, “Transformation” is becoming a hot topic. Organizations are facing internal and external challenges and disruptions, which trigger the call for transformation. Unfortunately, most transformation efforts fail to deliver intended results. Our discussion will focus on how to balance the five building blocks of a transformation (structure/governance, processes, resource reconfiguration, technology enablement, capabilities and culture), and how to address major points of misalignment within and between these components. We will provide examples of how the finance practitioner can leverage the key tenets of this approach to drive better outcomes for the function and the enterprise as a whole.
•Move towards structural investments, rather than incremental performance improvements, in order to shift overall capabilities and agility to deliver long-term competitiveness
•Implement seamlessly and stay ahead of organizational change in order to deliver more value than simply having the ‘perfect’ strategy
Sponsored by: AT Kearny
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