Inside The Corporate Boardroom: How and When To Serve
by 2020 Women On Boards
Tuesday, November 12, 2013 @ The Harvard Club

What does it mean to serve on a board? After all, no two boards are alike, with each tailored to the size, industry, type and mission of the company or organization they guide.  So where can you leverage your deep experience to positively shape the future of a company?

Organized by The CFO RoundTable Boston, Boston Women in Finance and The Greater Boston Business Council, this luncheon is one of a series of multiple panels and programs on 11/12/13 to support gender diversity in U.S. Corporate Boardrooms.  The panelists will dive into the diverse working styles and organization of boards, discuss their paths toward board service, and offer advice and lessons learned on what to expect when working on a board.

The cost to attend the luncheon is $75. To learn more or to register, please click here.

 

Creative Compensation Strategies From Start-Up To Exit
by The CFO RoundTable Boston

Wednesday, November 13, 2013 @  Bentley University 

Effective compensation strategies are one of the key pillars to a competitive and healthy business. Being able to attract key talent, retaining your existing base and continuing to incentivize productivity at all stages of a business lifecycle can influence the growth and footprint of any company.  However, creative compensation strategies change over time, and are influenced by a myriad of internal and external factors. Our panel of experts will review compensation strategies for early-stage and high-growth companies, as well as issues and opportunities specific to companies on an exit path.

CFO RoundTable Boston members can attend this program at no cost. Non-members may attend for $75. To learn more or to register, please click here.
 

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Boom, Bust and Back: Navigating Your Career through the Business Cycle
by Boston Women In Finance
Thursday November 7, 2013 @ Not For Profit Center Boston

It’s easy to be at the top of your game when business is good and all indicators are going up. 
But how do you manage when the environment is more challenging and your tasks are inherently more difficult?   Learn how to keep your balance through the highs and lows of the business cycles; how to stay focused on your responsibilities and manage through stress, and how to decide between holding on to a position and preparing for a change. Join speaker Catherine Taylor, Director Investor Relations, NetScout as she navigates us through the top of the dot.com boom down to the trough of the bust and beyond.  Price: $15 members, $35 non-members (includes lunch).

To learn more or to register, please click here.


Hugh G. Courtney, Northeastern University
by Treasurer’s Club of Boston
Tuesday November 12, 2013 @ The Harvard Club Boston

Hugh G. Courtney, Dean of Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business is The Treasurer’s Club November luncheon keynote speaker. He is the former Vice Dean and Associate Dean of Executive Programs at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.

To register or to learn more, please click here.


Annual Accounting & Auditing Update
by MassBio

Thursday November 14, 2013 @ MassBio Cambridge Office

The MassBio Business Development & Finance Working Group is once again providing a unique opportunity to benefit from the combined expertise of representatives of BDO, Deloitte, Ernst
& Young, KPMG and PwC as they bring their depth of knowledge and experience
to this Forum. Join us to hear experts from the “Big Five” discuss a broad range of topics critical to success in our industry.  This forum is free for MassBio members, $100 for non-members and is certified for three (3) CPE credits. 

To learn more or to register, please click here.

 

Tim Rowe, CEO, Cambridge Innovation Center
By FEI Boston
Wed November 20, 2013 @ Boston Newton Marriott

Time Rowe is FEI Boston’s keynote speaker for their November dinner.  Born and raised in Cambridge, MA, Tim Rowe is the Founder and CEO of the Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC), which houses over 450 start-up and early stage technology companies, and is perhaps the densest collection of start-ups anywhere in the world. The Boston Globe has described CIC as “what may just be the most important building in Greater Boston.” Google, Inc. began in New England within Cambridge Innovation Center, as did GreatPoint Energy and many companies.

Over 1000 companies have gotten their start at CIC since it was founded in 1999, and venture capitalists have invested over $1.9B in these companies to date. Tim is also a Founder and Venture Partner with New Atlantic Ventures, a $120M early stage venture fund based in Kendall Square. Notable past investments include EnerNOC, a leader in demand response energy management, and Qliance, a Seattle-based company revolutionizing how primary care is delivered.

To learn more or to register, please click here.

 

MIT CFO Summit, Today’s CFO: Power Of Agility
by MIT Sloan Boston Alumni Association
Thurs November 21, 2013  @ Boston Newton Marriott

Don’t miss the 11th annual full-day conference.  This year’s theme ~ Today’s CFO: Power Of Agility.  Network with 600+ CFOs and Financial Executives.  It has sold out in the past and they expect the same this year.

To learn more or to register, please click here.