Ailawadi, Kusum; Neslin, Scott; Taylor, Gail
The current view—which gets pushed by business schools and carried into the executive suite—sees finance officers as little more than number crunchers. They settle the books and look after regulatory compliance, without taking any bigger role in steering company strategy. CFOs analyze the financial impact of a company's moves after they're made—not when they're still being planned.
Self-confidence plays a huge role in one's professional career. Is the choice to be confident easier for men than for women?
Professor, Thinkers50 award winner, and innovation expert Vijay Govindarajan lists his four most important "nuances and complexities of innovation as they relate to strategy".
A conversation with Clark Callahan, Executive Director, Tuck Executive Education at Dartmouth