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Managing Chaos in the Finance Department

 
  Mark S. Becker, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC  
   
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Temporary chaos can occasionally occur in most firms, even with solid planning and processes in place.

Finance departments are not immune. For example, end-of-year or end-of-quarter closings can be stressful for the finance leadership and team.

Left unabated, chaos can have negative impact related to staff morale, reporting delays and management not having timely data on which to act.

If finance enters a chaotic phase, efficiencies can be restored with a thorough analysis, minimizing causes and applying corrective actions.

Executives at the helm of Greater Los Angeles and Southern California businesses who have concerns about the status of finance and its deliverables can benefit from talking with a provider of CFO services.

An on-demand CFO brings enterprise-grade expertise in identifying root causes of chaotic periods and recommending remedial steps to take to return productivity.

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