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hi i am a MBA finance graduate .is CPM helps to my career growth..is this?

hi i am a MBA finance graduate .is CPM helps to my career growth..is this?

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    Posted on Apr 28, 2008 at 10:05 AM

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  • Posted on Apr 28, 2008 at 01:56 PM

    Hello,

    The financial department, and in particular the chief financial officer, is being called on to provide insight into the numbers, translating that insight into strategy.

    The finance department is being asked to take a larger leadership role linking the budgeting process to that strategy as well as advise on the alignment of the incentives systems in the organization so that people are rewarded for furthering the company's goals.

    These skills required for the financial executive - more strategic thinking, better translation of reports into insight and balancing the risks and the incentives needed to drive business are part of what you learned to acquire your MBA. To be able to put those skills into action, you need to spend less time preparing reports and finding information.

    So think of CPM as enabling you use integrated programs to better deliver more insight and strategic guidance. By being able to take on more of a stewardship role to drive effective strategic decisions, the CFO is often the heir apparent for the CEO position.

    Being a recent graduate, you aren't a CEO, or a CFO, yet. But for your career path, by being able to spending more time involved with strategic development and less time compiling reports will take you further, faster.

    Bob

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