Posts Tagged ‘controller’

Remember What Your Business Is

Do you ever get so caught up in details that you essentially fail to remember what your business is? Of course this question is a little tongue-in-cheek as I doubt anyone truly forgets what they are selling. Rather this has to do with how we all can get so distracted by the nitty-gritty details of running a business that we Read the rest of this entry »

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Financial Literacy for Business Owners

If you are a business owner you may already be financially literate, but just how strong is that literacy? Even if you are there are likely some things your CFO, Controller, or in-house accountant can do to improve your understanding of your financial situation. On the other hand if you aren’t financially literate then these same people should be helping you to become so. Read the rest of this entry »

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Repetition Can Blind You to the Obvious

Like it or not, every business has things that need to be done over and over. Despite the necessity, this repetition can blind you to the obvious. Think about it. When something is repeated enough there is a tendency to operate on autopilot, and when we do that it is easy to Read the rest of this entry »

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Full Time or Part Time?

Have you ever wondered if your employees are really needed on a full time basis? Now as someone who provides part-time CFO and Controller services, I realize my view could be influenced by that. But, I’m writing really from observations over numerous years. So, here are some thoughts on whether full-time or part-time employees are needed.

Hired to Do What

While my focus is on the role of a CFO or Controller, I have noticed at numerous places that there are often people in fairly well paid positions in multiple areas actually devoting only a fraction of their time to tasks that require their greatest skills. In fact, it is really not that unusual that Read the rest of this entry »

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