market CFOs are challenged with wearing many hats in their roles. In
addition to their traditional role as head of the accounting and finance
functions, CFOs of midsized companies are now frequently being asked to lead
various other components of their organizations, from technology to human
resources to risk management.
the role of the CFO continues to evolve, technology platforms are also
advancing at a rapid rate, and the risk environment in which the company
operates is moving just as fast. This presentation will focus on what today’s
CFOs need to consider in order to juggle these factors and operate
efficiently and effectively in this strategic new role.
About the Speaker
McGladrey’s National Management Consulting Practice and the Northeast Region
Technology and Management Consulting Practice.
Bill uses his 18
years of experience in technology, business operations management and finance
to align people, process and technology to best serve his clients’
organizational strategy. Bill specializes in providing comprehensive
services to solve complex business issues in the areas of performance
management and operations.
leadership has earned the practice numerous accolades, including being named
one of the area’s “Top 15 Technology Consulting” firms by the Boston Business Journal for 5
consecutive years. In May 2011, Bill was chosen by Consulting Magazine as one of the “Top 15 Consultants” in the
nation. In 2008, he was honored by the
Boston Business Journal as one of
the 40 professionals under the age of 40 for business success and community
contributions on the Boston area. Bill frequently speaks on topics relating
to operational strategy, IT trends, change management, IT outsourcing, and
Bill is a Board
Member of Junior Achievement of Northern New England and a member of the
Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Future Leaders Program member. Bill received his Bachelor of Science,
Physics, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and has an MBA from Bentley