In this issue, Chris Chillingworth discusses how psychology impacts business decision making, and why people make seemingly irrational decisions. The discussion is based on book released earlier this year, The Undoing Project by Michael Lewis, which is a fascinating read. Read More
In this blog, CFOs2GO lead partner of Food & Beverage Practice, Jack Doty, answers several questions and misunderstandings that surround financial reporting systems. Read More
In this issue one of our partners, Jack Doty, discuss the role of the Consulting CFO and the challenges a business encounters where an experienced CFO can add considerable value and insight. He expresses how properly faced, crisis and growth challenges are the very opportunities that cause companies to grow and prosper…”. He has included some case history from his work to illustrate key points. Read More
A Financial Case Study: Improving Retention Rates of New Mothers with a Corresponding Reduction in Health Care Costs.
In this issue, In this issue, John Luttrell teams up with one of his clients to detail a high value ROI practice in a case study that few have considered. He details the underlying research, implementation and ancillary benefits; including improved employee retention and lower health care costs. As always, if you would like to further discuss the topic please contact John. Read More
Making Financial Management Assessments Quicker, More Reliable and Easier to Deploy.
In this issue, Managing Partner and Founder of CFOs2GO, Bob Weis uses the analogy of scripted opening plays in a football game to discuss the value of having a scripted financial management assessment as an opening sequence for new clients; resulting in an accelerated assessment and implementation. Read More