Becoming a Business Partner - Management accountants took leadership roles at McDonald's and Caterpillar by learning the business and showing how their expertise could be used to not just record the bottom line but to increase it. Accounting knowledge is essential to playing a bigger role, but more important is the willingness to look for opportunities to support the organization's growth.
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