Networking Pays Off for CFOs

January 1999
Financial Executive;Jan/Feb1999, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p11
Academic Journal
The article states that a survey, which was conducted by the temporary staffing service company Accountemps, indicates that chief financial officers recognize the value of business and social networking. Data from the survey shows that 41 percent rate networking as very important to their profession. Accountemps Chairman Max Messmer comments on the value of networking in building the credibility and increasing the visibility of a business in an industry, as well as demonstrating the leadership ability of executives to their employers.


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