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What’s Top of Mind for Finance Leaders and How Are They Preparing for Change? [Video]

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Work-Talk-VideoFinance leaders have a lot to contend with these days, from budgeting and forecasting to ensuring the efficiency of the business. And that’s just what they can plan for.

What disruptive forces may be on the horizon and how will your organization react? In this episode of Workday’s Work Talk interview series, Naved Qureshi, Associate Partner for Business Analytics and Strategy at IBM, discusses how finance leaders can prepare for change and disruption, and what technologies and talent they need to support it.

You’ll hear specific ways that finance teams can leverage technology solutions to gain insights and move quickly so they can help their organizations stay ahead of the game.

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