Starting up as CFO
The McKinsey Quarterly, April 21, 2008
In recent years, the CFO's role has become increasingly complex, with new responsibilities such as direct accountability for corporate performance, say representatives from McKinsey & Co. To help new CFOs better understand how to balance the multiple demands, McKinsey surveyed and interviewed current CFOs of many different tenures. The executives shed light on what it takes to succeed in the role-and identified activities that ought to make the short list of nearly all new CFOs.
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