Host: Katie Glynn, partner, Deloitte Touche LLP
Organizations are facing new challenges as they evolve their approach to attracting and enriching the workforce amid disruption and transformation. Creating a truly dynamic, responsive finance function will require the effective management of this future workforce. But what do finance workers want? What can organizations do to respond to these needs and empower their workforce? We’ll discuss:
- Trends related to the finance workforce including flexibility, compensation, and meaningful work
- How cyber should be embedded with finance, controllership, and internal audit teams
Meet the speakers
Katie is partner with Deloitte & Touche LLP. She specializes in helping clients address complex record to report challenges to reduce risk and enhance management oversight through business process re-design, enabling technologies, and finance master data governance. A primary focus of Katie’s is assisting organizations to transform the end-to-end intercompany process by designing and implementing solutions that meet the specific needs of her client constituents across Finance, Treasury and Tax. She holds various leadership roles to driving leading practices and the enhancing the Deloitte brand including the leader of the Deloitte Intercompany Center of Excellence and the Eminence Lead for the Deloitte Center for ControllershipTM.
Beth F. Kaplan
Beth is the managing director for the Center for ControllershipTM. A Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory managing director at Deloitte & Touche LLP, she has more than 35 years of experience both as an auditor, CFO/Controller, and as a financial operations consultant. Beth specializes in helping the Controllership function improve overall finance processes, reduce cost of delivery and/or reduce risk. She has served some of the largest global and national organizations as they transform their controllership function due to mergers, accounting changes and/or system transformation. Beth has published several times in the areas of improvement of the financial close and reporting process, role of controllership and designing an effective control design for Sarbanes-Oxley.