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Executive Accountability: Three Areas to Monitor

  Arthur F. Rothberg, Managing Director, CFO Edge, LLC  
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It seems that there has been a lot written about accountability lately, whether this is accountability in our government leaders to the citizens they serve or executive accountability on the part of business leaders to their constituencies.

I believe this should prompt business owners and executives to ask themselves: How accountable are you to others in your company, from your executive management team all the way down to the newest entry-level employee hired?

This article review three specific areas where leaders should strive to hold themselves accountable: leadership, delegation and communication. Also discussed is the implementation of an executive accountability scorecard.

Los Angeles and Southern California business leaders who want to take their companies to the next level must make a commitment to holding themselves accountable. A formerly-seated chief financial officer from a CFO services firm can help you create an executive accountability scorecard to monitor and track your and your managers’ performance in areas that are critical to your company’s success.

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