The New CFO Financial Leadership Manual

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John Wiley & Sons, Sep 24, 2003 - Business & Economics - 432 pages
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Praise for The New CFO Financial Leadership Manual

"Steve Bragg has done it again! This manual shows what a CFO needs to do to truly add value. It should be mandatory reading for all CFOs who want to play a strategic role in their organizations."
—Janice M. Roehl-Anderson, Partner, Deloitte Consulting

"This timely guide will help CFOs master the right thinking and management skills. An effective tool for navigating today's corporate financial waters."
—Clint Davies, Principal, Berry, Dunn, McNeil & Parker

"An excellent reference book and good reading besides. This book is a how-to for new and experienced CFOs. It is one place for new CFOs to get information on how to start in their job as well as continuing reference on many issues-such as personnel, accounting and reporting, banking, credit, taxes, and so on."
—Gail W. Sevier, CPA, Member/Manager of Marrs, Sevier & Company LLC

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Contents

PART TWO ACCOUNTING
61
PART THREE FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
129
PART FOUR FUNDING
173
PART FIVE MANAGEMENT
245
PART SIX OTHER TOPICS
343
PART SEVEN APPENDICES
363
Appendix A NEW CFO CHECKLIST
365
Appendix B PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CHECKLIST
371
Appendix C DUE DILIGENCE CHECKLIST
387
Index
395
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STEVEN M. BRAGG, CPA, CMA, CIA, CPM, CPIM, has been the chief financial officer or controller of four companies, as well as a consulting manager at Ernst & Young. He received a master’s degree in finance from Bentley College, an MBA from Babson College, and a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Maine. He is also the author of Essentials of Payroll: Management and Accounting, The Controller’s Function, Just-in-Time Accounting, and Managing Explosive Corporate Growth, all from Wiley. He resides in Centennial, Colorado.

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