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Recruiting the best and brightest talent to your team has always been a challenge. To make matters worse, the recruiting game is constantly evolving. The dawn of the Internet fundamentally changed recruiting and workforce management, and social media and mobile technology are adding opportunities — and challenges — for companies competing for top talent.
The convergence of such technology calls for fresh policy and ways of thinking about recruiting and retaining employees.[…] Continue Reading »
This post was written by Cindy Kraft, the CFO Coach, who is a career and personal-brand strategist for CFOs and corporate finance executives.
SmartPulse — our weekly nonscientific reader poll in SmartBrief for CFOs — tracks feedback from leading CFOs and senior finance executives. We run the poll question each Wednesday in our e-newsletter.
Last week, we asked: Is your company in the cloud?[…] Continue Reading »
Laurie Van Pelt, director of management and budget of Oakland County, Mich., was named government CFO of the Year in 2010 by Crain’s Detroit Business. Phil Bertolini, Oakland County’s deputy county executive and chief information officer, co-authored and edited a book for the Government Finance Officers Association on how local governments should prioritize and fund technology projects.[…] Continue Reading »