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    What happens when the cash stops flowing?

    April 20th, 2022 | Brian Nichol

    There is arguably no better teacher than a crisis, and as Winston Churchill famously said, “never let a good crisis go to waste.”

    With senior business leaders across virtually all industries facing many tough questions about their companies’ performance and future direction, cash flow is the one common denominator that tops the CFO’s list of immediate priorities.

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    How digitally mature is your finance function?

    April 6th, 2022

    It is imperative to adopt a sustainable drive towards digital transformation in a world full of uncertainties. Following the COVID-19 pandemic, a growing number of companies found digital transformation not only necessary but as a business imperative. These unprecedented events made us all realise that we cannot let outdated routines and mundane work bog down our employees.

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    Strategies for implementing change

    June 22nd, 2021 | Robert Wang

    Implementing and managing change has always been vital for companies to adapt to changing market demands. In an age of increased market transparency, labour mobility, globalization, instantaneous communication platforms and constant access to information, companies have been forced into a more flexible and holistic approach to their business strategy. Those that can make even marginally more accurate market trend forecasts than the rest of the industry often obtain a significant competitive advantage.

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    Breaking down silos with Intelligent Performance Management

    June 15th, 2021 | Lauren Hargreaves

    In an ever-changing business environment, teams need to work together to sustain business performance and deliver value. However, oftentimes barriers still exist with organisational silos preventing collaboration, effectiveness and efficiency. In this article we will take a look at the reasons why silos exist, the related risks, and factors driving the change towards integrated, end-to-end processes.

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    The top challenges ahead for CEOs

    April 21st, 2021

    In the coming years, chief executives will face a number of challenges to their operations, their employee and customer relationships, and their efforts to harness technology for digital transformation. Six business leaders share the problems they see on the horizon.

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    Tony’s Chocolonely CEO on values-based leadership

    April 16th, 2021

    In a world where chief executives talk the language of purpose, Henk Jan Beltman of Dutch chocolate brand Tony’s Chocolonely shows how to run a successful business based on high principles.

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    Next generation technology: a seismic shift for the CFO

    April 7th, 2021 | Ashley Chapman

    Finance departments too often lack the tools they need to make a real, enterprise-wide impact, but that is starting to change thanks to technology such as advanced data analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning.

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    Next Gen IPM: More Tech Revolution Than Evolution

    March 17th, 2021 | Ashley Chapman

    IPM is inlumi’s ‘intelligent’ approach to helping you to achieve ‘Performance Management’ excellence – taking traditional performance management to the next level. To realise this – to become data-driven and agile – Finance needs the right technology platform.

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    Get fit for the future with Intelligent Performance Management

    January 12th, 2021

    The current rate of change is disrupting just about every area of life as we know it. At the same time, the finance function is often left out of transformations taking place in the rest of the enterprise.

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    Intelligent Performance Management: Processes Spanning the Organisation

    September 29th, 2020 | Tim Edmonds

    Ernest Hemingway said, “Never mistake motion for action.” I am personally enamoured with this quote. The message is a powerful one, and one that is delivered so succinctly, with little wonder when you consider the source. I felt that this was the perfect message to start this episode of the series as it reflects both the reality and purpose of the ‘process’ perfectly. To grasp how it does this we must start with the basics: the definition of the word ‘process’.

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