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Becoming a Value-Focused Finance Organization

Credits: CTP/CCM: 1.2 | FPAC: 1.2

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We have a decision to make: What type of finance organization do we want to be? We can answer this question narrowly by defining finance value as the base-level, control-focused organization that satisfies fiduciary duties. Alternatively, value-focused CFOs expand opportunities for the enterprise, applying finance expertise to create and service internal customers. We bring to business operations the quantitative methods, critical analysis, and even that skepticism inherent finance DNA. Adopting an expansive view provides direction for the entire team, and this webinar presents several pathways to address these challenges.

Learning Objectives
- Learn how the design of business processes can enhance partnerships.
- Learn how to think at multiple “leadership altitudes:” macro, micro and personal.

Introductory Remarks
Pati Nishiyama
Product Marketing Manager, Planning 

This webinar was originally delivered live on December 7, 2021, and is now available to you as a convenient and cost-effective way to support your learning and development while also earning CTP/CCM credits. This webinar is not approved for FPAC credits.

Credits Confirmation
Take the quiz that appears at the conclusion of the recording within your recertification cycle to earn eligible credits. Once you’ve successfully completed the quiz, you will be prompted to complete a brief Credits Request Form. Following the completion of this form, an email confirmation of credits earned and directions to post your credits in the Recertification Reporting Tool will be sent to you for 


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