Proceed, Delay or Cancel? Reevaluating the Capital Allocation Process

Capital allocation is a process typically owned by the CFO. From the CEO’s perspective, allocating capital is one of the most important strategic financial decisions he or she makes that underpins the...

Present Challenges Notwithstanding, the EU’s Energy Transition Holds Long-Term Promise

Europe’s effort to stamp out greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 in accord with the Paris Agreement and the European Green Deal is arguably the most progressive energy transition plan ever initiated. Ultimately...

The Age of Sustainability: As New European Disclosure Requirements Take Shape, Here’s How Businesses Should Stay Ready

UPDATE: The European Council approved the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) on November 28, 2022. Read the Protiviti Flash Report. Background The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive...

HR, Health Thyself: A Comprehensive and Collaborative HR “Physical”

When it comes to conducting self-evaluations, HR functions are uniquely disadvantaged. Most HR teams are time-pressed and resource-challenged. Precious few can afford to reassign HR professionals muscling...

Four Enablers to Achieve a Balanced Approach to Inventory Management

As CFOs deepen their collaborations with supply chain leaders to deploy and improve revenue assurance models, they’re seeking reassurance that “just-in-case” approaches will not lead to excess inventories or...

Tackling Data Privacy, Cyber Supply Chain Gaps Key to Building Organizational Resilience

Technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) company leaders are under growing pressure to identify and remediate potential gaps in policies and processes — especially those related to data privacy and cyber...

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