PROFILE and CASE STUDies
From his vantage point as a finance professional, Samir Ashta, CFO, CLP India, has seen both the rough and the smooth as the Indian economy has gone on a roller coaster ride coinciding with his career.
Keeping an eye on global and macroeconomic developments and an intimate knowledge are key to useful solutions in tough times, says Ajay Seth, Chief Finance Officer, Maruti Suzuki India.
After the recent changes in the regulatory scenario for life insurance products, the sector will stablise soon, says Vivek Mathur, Senior President & CFO, TATA AIA Life Insurance.
Early detection of challenges and transparent communication help find fair and durable solutions, says Yogesh Dhingra, Finance Director & Chief Operating Officer, Blue Dart Express.
Amit Bubna, Professor, ISB explores truth and its cost as a framework. Is regulation the only way to spur more truthspeak?
By encouraging employees to both seek and provide help, rewarding givers, and screening out takers, companies can reap significant and lasting benefits.
What does it take to differentiate personal performance? Research at 100 Fortune 500 companies reveals the key characteristic demonstrated by the best leaders is the ability to inspire and motivate oneself, as well as others.
Companies must incorporate interaction with stakeholders into decision making at every level of the organisation.
A CFO’s job today is a daily rendezvous with risk and uncertainty. In a volatile world, the third edition of CFO 100 awards celebrates high achievers
The 3rd Annual CFO Leadership Conclave held at The Taj Malabar, Kochi between July 27-29, 2012, saw 60 of the country’s leading CFOs and other delegates engrossed in debates and discussions to identify key challenges for tomorrow and why the 2015 CFO needs to be a ‘Juggler par Excellence’. In between they also had oodles of fun
The Second Annual CFO100 Roll of Honour was a thumping success with almost all the 100 winners and an equal number of guests and invitees in attendance at the gala evening
The days of number crunching, tech-opposed CFOs are over. Today’s CFOs need to understand technology – if they are to have the last laugh