Host: Matt Soderberg, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
From their infrastructure and operations to their customers and ecosystems, businesses have felt profound effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. How are CFOs adapting their strategies and finance organizations to meet the demands of business amid the economic turmoil? We‘ll discuss:
- What CFOs are doing to operate under changing conditions.
- CFOs’ expectations for the markets, global economies, and their own organizations.
- Managing in a virtual work environment.
- The pandemic’s impact on finance talent.
Meet the speakers
Ajit is the Global Research director of Deloitte LLP's CFO Program. He oversees the diverse research initiatives of the program in areas such as leadership, capital markets and risk and created CFO Insights, a biweekly publication serving more than thirty five thousand subscribers. Ajit also developed Deloitte’s Executive Transition Lab which helps CxOs make an efficient and effective transition into their new role. Prior to his role in the CFO Program, Ajit was the global director of Deloitte Research. He is widely published in leading business and technology journals on varied topics. An eCommerce pioneer and expert on market design, his book Making Markets: How to Profit from Online Auctions and Exchanges was published by Harvard Business School Press.
Matt is a principal and leader of the Finance Operations Improvement practice of Deloitte Consulting LLP. He focuses on large-scale finance transformation programs. As part of these large transformations, he has helped develop his clients’ vision for finance, optimized finance processes and organizations, and built and tracked business cases for finance transformation programs. Matt has experience in finance operations, business strategy, project management, process design/redesign, and application implementation. He earned an MBA in finance and financial management services from Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business and a BA in psychology from The University of Texas at Austin.