COVID-19 packed a powerful one-two-three punch to organizational talent and resourcing strategies and activities. Many of these landed squarely on CFOs and finance leaders as they worked quickly to meet deadlines and flex with the changing environment. CFOs have had to rethink their staffing approaches to deliver with greater speed and flexibility.
Watch the on-demand discussion on how finance leaders are managing a diverse talent pool and where this is most effective in their organization.
In this webinar we’ll:
- Explore key findings from our 2020 Global Finance Trends Survey on resourcing and talent
- Discuss the current drivers that may be calling for a more flexible labor model
- Examine areas where finance teams are seeing the strongest impact of a more agile workforce.
*CPE for qualifying live attendees only. You must answer 3 of the 4 poll questions during the live event. CPE will be e-mailed to qualifying attendees 2-4 weeks after the live event. CPE Credit: 1.0 credit. Field of Study: Finance. Program Level: Basic. Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based. Prerequisites/Advance Preparation: None. Elements of Engagement: Polling Questions
1 CPE credit for LIVE Attendees only. Not available OnDemand
Jay is a founding Protiviti Managing Director and is the global leader of its Managed Business Services practice. These services include engagements to improve or establish critical business functions while filling operational responsibilities. Jay has over 30 years consulting and industry experience in the energy, manufacturing, consumer products, financial services and retail industries. He has lead large business transformation projects, focusing on process improvement, business reporting and accounting operations. Jay established Protiviti’s Innovation Program and was the former global solution leader for Corporate Performance Management services.
A Co-Founder and Joint Managing Director of Source, Fiona is one of the world's leading commentators on the professional services industry. Since founding Source in 2008, she has been bringing this expertise to bear on our clients’ most pressing strategic projects and business issues.
Fiona has published a dozen books on consulting topics, including two for The Economist: Business Consulting: A Guide to How it Works and How to Make it Work, and Buying Professional Services. She has more than 20 years’ experience as a management consultant, working primarily in the areas of marketing and strategy.
She was previously in charge of strategic planning for EY in the UK and has worked in the consulting practice of PwC.
Joe Altobelli is the Senior Vice President and Business Unit Chief Financial Officer for Summit CityMD responsible for planning, accounting for, controlling and reporting for Summit CityMD finances. Mr. Altobelli has over 25 years’ in broad accounting and finance experience including multiple Chief Financial Officer, Mutual Fund Controller, Corporate Controller and Finance Operating Officer positions for industry-leading public and private financial services and healthcare companies. Prior to Summit CityMD, he was the Product Chief Financial Officer at PineBridge Investments, and PineBridge Mutual Funds Controller. In this role Joseph managed a global finance team providing financial governance and support across 22 countries, managing a team of 25 accounting and finance professionals. He also played a critical role in multiple strategic initiatives including implementing Microsoft Dynamics ERP and divesting the business from American International Group. Prior to PineBridge, Joseph was the Chief Operations Office in Finance at AIG. In this role he was responsible for managing the operations of a 320 finance and accounting deportment. Joseph led various finance transformation initiatives including implementing a global general ledger (SAP) replacing 130 ledgers, creating a shared service center (BPO) and building a globally aligned business unit finance function. Prior to that role, he held senior positions at Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank, Bankers Trust and Salomon Smith Barney. Mr. Altobelli received a BS in Accounting at Seton Hall University.