The Finance & Accounting Organization as a Strategist and Partner to the Business (Self-Study)
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Business Management & Organization - Non-Technical (1.0)
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How have successful finance and accounting organizations shed the image of policeman even in the wake of added controls in order to become partners and strategists to the business? It is because they accept technical competence as a necessity and build additional skill sets in business management. They spend more time developing and managing critical relationships in order to learn more about the business they are in, its customers, and the competition. This course will review how to recognize and build business acumen and develop the talent and the processes to enhance key relationships.
Who should take this program?
CFOs with the finance and accounting leadership team
Financial executives with their team members
Financial project managers and implementation teams
Business partner best practices and skill sets
How to build a base of credibility and trust
Organizational structure that showcases the partnership role
The key elements of the talent development process
How to retain your best employees
Assess the current organization against the nine criteria needed for successful internal partnerships
Gain an understanding of the process for developing talent and how it contributes to success in the business partner role
Recognize and build business acumen and manage the key relationships needed to achieve business partner status
NASBA ID#: 112891