The CFO RoundTable is proud to partner with a diverse wealth of organizations in New England, which offers our members and supporters the opportunity to learn and network with new peers and colleagues.
There are a multitude of events on the calendar this month and next, so there’s no excuse to stay in your office – get out, network, and educate yourself on the latest trends and updates that affects your working world!
Featured Event: The 9th Annual MIT Sloan CFO Summit
Thursday, November 17th
7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
The MIT Sloan CFO Summit is the nation’s premier CFO event bringing together financial executives from around the world and leading faculty from MIT. The annual event offers a day of interactive learning and thought-provoking discourse on the future of finance, accounting, and business that is not available anywhere else.
This year’s speakers includes the CFOs of General Motors, LinkedIn, Time Warner, Duke Energy, AES Corp, Zipcar, and OfficeMax, as well as sessions on enabling business transformation, risk reduction, emerging technologies, growth strategies, and more.
Remember, CFO RoundTable members can receive a 20% discount on their registration by using their annual membership code!
Integrated Budgeting, Forecasting and Reporting Seminar from Adaptive Planning and Carlson Management Consulting
Tuesday, October 25th
8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
The Westin Waltham-Boston Hotel
A recent survey reveals that a whopping 40% of finance professionals are now looking to automate their FP&A processes with corporate performance management (CPM) software. No wonder. After years of enduring “Spreadsheet Hell,” it’s time for a change. What’s more, new cloud-based alternatives are incredibly affordable and quick to deploy. You can go live in weeks – in time to impact this year’s budgeting process.
Join Adaptive Planning and Carlson Management Consulting for an educational and free seminar that will review best practices for transforming your budgeting, forecasting, and reporting – even if you have constrained resources.
The CXO Leadership Institute on Discovering Your C-Level Brand with Suzanne Bates, CEO, Bates Communications
Tuesday, October 25th
8:00 – 9:15 a.m.
The Offices of Foley Hoag, Boston, MA
Developing a brand-name reputation in your company and industry is a necessary, powerful asset. Reputation and influence help you drive tangible value into your business. You’ll gain the insight, knowledge, and tools you need to discover your own personal leadership brand, and develop it into a powerful executive presence that extends beyond your typical spheres of influence. It’s about discovering your own personal leadership style. It’s about connecting with others authentically. It’s about instituting change that benefits the company and the people in it.
Bentley University Executive Education: Finance for Non-Financial Managers
Monday, October 31st – Tuesday, November 1st
Bentley University Campus, Waltham, MA
This interactive, two-day program enables participants to develop an understanding of the fundamentals of finance, to gain confidence to communicate in the language of finance, to learn the latest techniques of financial analysis, and to explore the use of these techniques in making strategic decisions. Each aspect of the program is designed for experienced managers who work in non-financial areas with profit-and-loss or budgetary responsibilities, and individuals targeted for major promotion who require an understanding of finance and accounting.
Led by Professor R. Chip Wiggins, an Edward F. Gibbons Research Professor of Finance, this two-day, hands-on program, this critical executive education program is tailored for non-financial, mid-to-upper level managers in functional areas such as marketing, IT, sales, human resources, and operations, and general managers with budgets and planning responsibility.
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