27 Sep Report | Unleashing Strategic Thinking in Finance and Operations

Every fast-growth business will experience an exponential increase in manual administrative tasks, including transactions, payroll etc.

Often, this leaves executives with the feeling that they are playing a never-ending game of whack-a-mole.  Then business leaders can become victims of their own success: focusing on the day-to-day in a way that causes them to lose sight of long-term strategies.

Time could be much better spent focusing on higher-value tasks.

With these pressures in mind, Global Nexus Club asked:

How can business leaders minimize inefficiencies in the workplace and free up time to focus on strategy?  And, as your business grows, how do you keep a culture of change and efficiency when employees crave stability and consistency?  In particular, in finance and operations, how can you balance a drive for speed with the need for attention to detail?

Inside you’ll find:

  • Two very different approaches for dealing with growth
  • Why chaos is what helps a start-up company to succeed – together with thoughts on how to organise the chaos and how to transition to a more corporate culture
  • The three elements of good governance