In recent years, the role of a financial leader has evolved from historian to soothsayer, and yet CFOs don’t have a crystal ball to predict the future. Whether its optimizing operations and upping productivity or accelerating growth and addressing sustainability, today’s CFOs are being asked to drive enterprise reinvention and navigate an overwhelming number of complex decisions. It’s “to the point where 68% of CFOs are driving three or more enterprise-wide transformation initiatives in parallel,” says Aneel Delawalla, who leads Accenture’s CFO and enterprise value strategy practice.

With the increasing weight of large-scale organizational decisions resting on their shoulders, it’s time to ask:

  • How can CFOs rethink the ways they approach business challenges and productively and proactively guide their organizations through transformation? 
  • How should they reassess and reimagine their decision-making to activate change more effectively? 
  • How can they maximize the effectiveness of their strategic decision-making to better navigate today’s fast-paced and complex business environment, and better ready their organizations for the challenges ahead?

Tune into this episode of the SAP Concur Conversations podcast to hear Aneel Delawalla, Managing Director of Accenture Strategy, CFO & Enterprise Value, and Paul Carr, Accenture’s HXM Ecosystem Lead for Solutions, discuss how CFOs can make better, faster, and more strategic decisions that will future-ready their organizations and set the stage for success.

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