Tag Archives: management

Why Management Reporting Is More Critical Than Ever

This week’s article is by Mark S. Becker, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC. Management reporting is more critical than ever due to the accelerated pace at which businesses, industries and markets move and change. Incomplete, delayed or inaccurate financial reports have … Continue reading

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The Importance of Strategic Planning, Management & Execution

This week’s post and linked full PDF are by Sherry Rahbar, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC. With successful launch of a business, the original business plan can seem less important and be forgotten. But a good business plan is a dynamic … Continue reading

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What’s the Right HR Management Model for Your Business?

This week’s post and linked full article are by Howard Goldman, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC. Human resources management frequently takes a back seat to other business functions that are seemingly more important, whether it is sales, marketing, operations or finances. … Continue reading

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How to Improve Resource Management & Allocation

This week’s post and linked full article are by John W. Braine, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC. A significant challenge for Los Angeles and Southern California executives in the current slow-growth economy is managing and allocating limited corporate resources to generate … Continue reading

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Meeting Common Family Business Challenges

There can be both tremendous rewards and tremendous challenges in running a family business. Many CEOs appreciate and value the opportunity to work closely together with family members in building an enterprise that can be passed on to future generations. … Continue reading

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Understanding Your Cash Flow Cycle

Continuing to face challenges in this uneven and inconsistent economic recovery, many CFOs and CEOs are placing a renewed emphasis on optimizing cash flow as a way to help improve their company’s financial situation. Beginning with a look at the … Continue reading

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Accounting System Design: Creating the Right System for Your Company

All businesses require an accurate, streamlined accounting system to provide them with the up-to-date financial information that drives all their daily decisions. The importance of a good accounting system means that it must be designed with great care. This CFO … Continue reading

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Merger and Acquisition (M&A) Integration

In today’s economy, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) can deliver exceptional value, if managed properly and efficiently. In most cases, the key to such success is a well-managed, thorough merger and acquisition integration process. However, this procedure can be fraught with … Continue reading

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Streamlining AR and AP Management Systems

One of the most challenging aspects of managing Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable is ensuring that everything runs smoothly and efficiently. A well-organized approval system can expedite processes, thereby diminishing the likelihood of delays and other associated problems. This CFO … Continue reading

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