Tag: strategic planning

Is now the time to cancel your Digital Programmes? Part 1

Programme assessments can help CFO’s rapidly shape the tactical “new normal” and make informed decisions about their programme’s future. 

As we head further into the new normal, many CFOs’ will be left facing a financial shortfall, scarce resources and conflicting priorities which require them to make difficult decisions about whether to proceed with their planned digital transformation programmes. Organisations with a mature digital operating model pre-COVID may have been able to adapt and survive more easily than those with without but either way, CFO’s will be under pressure to invest in tactical digital programmes which help sustain the survival and move an organisation to the new normal. Time and cost already invested, business and investor expectations and commitments made, can make it challenging to reach the right conclusion in a short space of time.

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The challenge of remote working: retaining control of activities and working efficiently and effectively

Deep Dive Live – June 11, 2020 14:00 PM (GMT)

In this interactive Deep Dive Live with Generation CFO’s Mark Cracknell and Trintech, we will examine some of the challenges of remote working and how technology can play a key role in addressing these.

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How to manage corporate FX risk in uncertain times, and write an effective FX policy

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Deep Dive Live – June 30, 2020 11:00 AM (GMT)

In this live interactive deep dive session by Generation CFO’s Christopher Argent and XE.com’s John Freeme, we will examine how corporates with FX risk can look to protect their business from adverse market moves, the process involved, and the steps you can take to build a robust FX policy.

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