Corporate Performance Management

Venue: Plaza Hotel

Location: New York, New York, United States

Event Date/Time: Feb 06, 2005 End Date/Time: Feb 08, 2005
Registration Date: Feb 04, 2005
Early Registration Date: Jan 14, 2005
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At CFO magazine, Our recent research tells us that CEOs want a CFO who can help business unit managers manage a fast-break reallocation of resources and avert crises or capture new opportunities as they emerge — a CFO who leads a top-notch finance organization that enables value creation at all levels of the business.

How can you and your finance group drive strong and sustainable corporate performance?

This February, CFO magazine presents a conference that delves into these crucial challenges to help you prepare. You will be treated to two days of intensive conversation, leading-edge concepts and, best of all, practical insights and war stories delivered personally by some of the most respected CFOs in the U.S.

Corporate Performance Management
February 6-8, 2005
The Plaza Hotel
New York, NY

Special early-registration savings are in effect now through Jan. 14.

Among the conference highlights:

* William Teuber, EVP & CFO of EMC Corporation, explains how finance can aim for excellence in planning and performance management in a fast-moving competitive environment

* David Kelsey, SVP & CFO, Sealed Air Corporation, addresses “Realistic Leadership” — which starts with communicating accurately about the current performance of the business, and encompasses what is possible for the business to achieve in the future

* Bruce Nolop, EVP & CFO, Pitney Bowes, Inc., will describe programs and tools to drive strategic alignment and a high performance culture

* Bennett Stewart, Senior Partner, Stern Stewart, will tell us how EVA can now more than ever be the riveting focal point of a truly value-centric corporate performance management framework

* Scott Di Valerio, Corporate Vice President & Corporate Controller, Microsoft, will confirm that past performance is no guarantee of future results — and that the structure of your finance organization can have a material bearing on the speed and agility with which your company responds to environmental change

* Adrian Slywotzky, Managing Director, Mercer Management Consulting, and co-author of How To Grow When Markets Don’t, will speak on rethinking risk to improve the odds of profitable growth

* Power-packed presentations and panel discussions featuring thought leaders and executives from such companies as Intel, GE, Crown Castle, and Safeco

* We kick off with a half-day pre-conference workshop: Aligning Execution with Strategy Using the Balanced Scorecard, presented by the Balanced Scorecard Collaborative

Plan now to join us for this value-packed event. Join with other senior finance executives from the large-company sector and learn how you and your finance organization can deliver what your CEO needs today.


Additional Information

Prices for conference plus half-day workshop start at $1195, or $795 for the conference alone.