9 lessons from CFOs who lead
For Timothy Williams CPA, one of the greatest lessons the travel industry should learn from disruption is the value of thinking outside of the box while reacting and adapting quickly to change.
Duncan Webster enjoys the technical aspects of his role, but devotes most of his energy to the leadership component and being a "value creation architect".
Paul Viney FCPA uses his commitment to whole-of-business insights in building best-practice operations at Elphinstone Group.
Kerrie Parker FCPA, CFO of Deakin University, embraces the varied challenges her role brings her while transforming the university's finance function.
Elizabeth Stratford FCPA explains the importance of roles that resonate on a personal level and where it is possible to add value.
Bursting out of one's comfort zone, embracing change and having the right mindset are key ingredients in Sanchi Kariyawasam CPA's recipe for success.
Jamie Scoringe CPA views disruption and challenge as opportunities to pave the way for change and growth in a business.
Ajith Abeynaike CPA, CFO of Hallmark Cards, believes the extended remit of his role is important in delivering critical initiatives and helping to future-proof the organisation.
Karen Cheng CPA, finance director of Starbucks in Singapore, is passionate about using her finance skills to deliver change, particularly on sustainability outcomes expected by the brand's customers.
CFO Steven Groves FCPA has big responsibilities and a budget to match at the Australian Department of Defence.
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