Agile finance enabling business agility
Adaptive handling and flow of financials are an important ingredient to business agility. Essentially what we want to achieve is, to have the money in a company flow to where it creates most value. In the modern dynamic business environment this is an increasing challenge as we on one side see the need to be very adaptive throughout the year to cope with the changes in the business and on the other side people in enterprises as well as suppliers and partners would like to have sufficient financial stability to plan their work. On top of that come regulatory requirements.
For ICAgile I led an international team of professionals in 2018 to create a learning curriculum outlining the most important things you need to know about finance in an agile enterprise. This curriculum is published under creative commons license. In this talk you will get an overview of finance agility based on the professional knowledge of this team.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
Introduction (5 min.)
Finance with an agile mindset (10 min.)
Management processes and leadership principles for agile finance (10 min.)
Agile procurement and supplier management (10 min.)
Regulatory considerations (5 min.)
Summary and further references (5 min.)
You will have an overview of agile finance: mindset, principles, distribution, supplier handling, procurement, regulatory aspects.
You will know about key concepts and approaches for financial agility
You will have references to dig deeper after the conference.
Leaders, project managers, Financial controllers, CFOs, who want to know more about how agility can be achieved in functions dealing with financials in an enterprise. Agile coaches who want to approach financial functions in their companies.
Prerequisites for Attendees
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