An ever-changing world translates into an ever-changing workplace as organizations struggle to keep up with talent trends and company needs. So whose responsibility is it to cultivate a healthy workplace culture and encourage collaboration between departments? “The CFO” is likely not the first answer that comes to mind; however, good CFOs play an active and visible role in company culture and innovation. In a recent PwC global culture survey, 66% of C-suite executives and board members polled believe culture is more important to performance than an organization’s strategy or operating model. With this data in mind, CFOs should work to make an impact on a company within the finance department and beyond. Here are some things that CFOs should consider to cultivate a better workplace.
Veranese Promoted to CEO of AMI
With the continued growth and evolution of Advanced Manufacturing International, Inc. (AMI), the