Sinnett, William
May 2003
Financial Executive;May2003, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p63
Academic Journal
In this article the results of an analysis of world-class finance organizations by The Hackett Group in 2003 is presented. Practically everything about the finance function has been affected by several significant developments in the business environment. Increasing globalization, rapid technological innovations and renewed focus on corporate integrity and business ethics has contributed to changes in the business environment. Contents of the "2003 Profile of World-Class Finance" report is discussed. INSET: 5 Business-Critical Areas For Identifying Best Practices.


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