Tag: Collaboration

What is collaborative innovation? Why should you care?

Taken from Leading Change, Long Read – AAT Magazine, Nov/Dec 2018

For the past year, Christopher Argent, business intelligence (BI) and analytics programme lead at Vodafone, has been ensconced in the mobile phones company’s group finance BI and analytics projects, which meant implementing significant change across the finance teams globally.

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BQs – Does your finance team demonstrate “Millennial values”?

Finance is a multigenerational team with much of the “power” at the top with the baby boomers, but in our new digital world, we need to embrace new ways of working and skills and capabilities that are more aligned to the newbies of the team.

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Do CFOs have a Digital Native blind spot?

This week I was in Hoxton, London, meeting two excellent talents discussing their careers from accountant to CFO, and their innovation and start-up experiences.

Coincidently, they both mentioned the need for start-up CFOs to be super agile when managing people and super broad in their skills and approach to business.

And specifically, both talked about digital natives being a real asset, when allowed time for “ideation”. Continue reading “Do CFOs have a Digital Native blind spot?”