From CFO to Chief “Performance” Officer
- 06 March, 2011 22:00
Less than a month to go before New Zealand’s biggest event for CFOs – register now! The 2011 CFO Summit is on 24 March, SKYCITY Convention Centre, Auckland.
From Chief Financial Officer to Chief “Performance” Officer
Making it happen: how the CFO drives strategy execution, organisational transformation and competitive advantage.
Register now at www.cfosummit.co.nz
Leading business experts and top CFOs are coming together to look at financial performance, innovation and the role of the CFO in implementing strategy and delivering business results.
The CFO Summit is also a time to honour New Zealand’s financial leaders. The CFO of the Year, Young Financial Manager of the Year, Finance Team of the Year and Project Initiative of the Year will be crowned as well as the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Beca Founder Sir Ron Carter is opening the Summit; looking at key themes, risks and challenges of the global economic recovery and how to survive and prosper in an ever-shifting environment.
Strategic leadership looks good on paper but is hard to implement – this from International keynote speaker Dr. Mark L. Frigo, from Kellstadt Graduate School of Business at DePaul University (USA). The first international keynote at the Summit will examine how to move from a good CFO to a great one through effective leadership.
Katherine Corich, Director of Sysdoc (UK) questions why strategies fail to make it off the vision statement and how to develop management systems and structures that help execute strategy.
Interactive panel discussions follow the presentations with the country’s top CFOs discussing stakeholder relations, the public sector, board requirements, the M&A market and more.
Cirque du Soleil Senior Vice-President and CFO Robert Blain is wrapping up the day with a presentation on the importance of creativity, intuition and innovation.