Enabling Execution - In one of the most turbulent business environments ever faced by current business managers, the key to success is to focus on business processes -- Not on functional thinking. Instead of concentrating on meeting the numbers and protecting departmental "turfs," management must zero in on the core activities of delivering products and services to customers. The CFO's critical ...
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