18 Jun.

The CFO role is expanding. Ready to be exponential?

Driving Enterprise Value

Tuesday, 01:00 p.m.  ET | 1 hr
Credits offered: CPE Event language: English

Participants will identify the increasing challenges that CFOs and finance teams face—and prepare for the future with new approaches and capabilities.

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Key takeaways

Host: Mike Danitz, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP

Presenters: Jonathan Englert, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
                       Katherine Ji, senior manager, Deloitte Consulting LLP
                       Court Watson, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP

1.0 Overview CPE credit | Business Management & Organization

“Change in the CFO role” is a familiar topic. But this change? At this pace? It’s exponential—and today’s finance leaders will need to be exponential to meet it head-on. We’ll discuss:

  • Key macro dynamics and how they are shaping unique business implications across industries
  • Evolving responsibilities of an Exponential CFO to accelerate value creation, drive enterprisewide operational excellence, and shape talent experience and culture
  • How and what to prioritize as a CFO shifts to become “exponential”

Meet the speakers

Mike Danitz

Mike Danitz

Principal | Finance & Enterprise Performance

Mike Danitz is a Principal in the Finance and Enterprise Performance practice within Deloitte Consulting LLP. He is a leader in helping CFOs and their teams navigate and implement digital solutions across the finance function. His experience within the Technology, Media and Telecommunications sectors includes identifying, designing, and executing finance transformation programs that deliver next generation capabilities to Finance.

Jonathan Englert

Jonathan Englert

Principal | Finance & Enterprise Performance Leader

Jonathan Englert is a Principal in Deloitte’s Finance & Enterprise Performance consulting practice. He has 18+ years of experience working with CFOs and finance organizations on their most pressing challenges and issues. He has led projects in the areas of finance systems strategy, performance management, management reporting strategy, operating model design & implementation, finance shared services and merger integration. In addition, Jonathan has co-authored two of Deloitte’s points-of-view on digital transformation of the finance function; Crunch Time III: The CFO’s Guide to cognitive technology and Crunch Time V: Finance 2025 - 8 predictions for the future of finance. Jonathan earned a bachelor’s degree in Finance & International Business from Penn State University and an MBA from the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business.

Court Watson

Court Watson

Partner, Risk & Financial Advisory, Controllership

Court is a partner in Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory’s Digital Controllership practice, with more than 14 years of public accounting experience and 18 years of experience working with the CFOs, CAOs, and Controllers to identify, mitigate, and solve problems related to controllership operations and risk management. He currently helps companies strategically think through business processes and leverage technology to better manage growth and change. Court also helps companies work through the adoption of the new revenue recognition and lease accounting standards, helping them understand and apply technical accounting and forecast and model financial impacts, and design and implement future state solutions. With Court's technical accounting expertise and experience working with finance data models and purpose-built technologies, he assists clients in forecasting impacts from regulatory changes and new business models.

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