On this episode of the Global Recovery Monitor series, Craig Jeffery and Alexa Cook of Strategic Treasurer deliver Period 20 results from the Global Recovery Monitor. This update reveals new kinds of trends and data around the economy, staffing, travel, organizational liquidity and more. Listen in to hear some surprising expectations reported by the treasury and finance community.
On this episode of the Global Recovery Monitor series, Special Host Meredith Zonsius joins Craig Jeffery and Alexa Cook of Strategic Treasurer to discuss period nineteen results from the COVID-19 Impact & Response Survey. With a full year’s worth of data reported, they continue their discussions on the current state of recovery with a view to economic, health and social developments. Listen in to learn the major factors impacting treasury and finance organizations today.
A year into the COVID-19 global pandemic, the Treasury Coalition continues to gather data on the crisis and recovery. The Coalition, formed to assist treasury and finance professionals by means of timely information, collects and distributes data through the Global Recovery Monitor, a brief survey currently run on a bi-monthly basis. Its areas of inquiry include concerns and response plans, economic preparations and outlooks, impact changes, and developments over time. With a full year’s worth of data now, this webinar will review the results of all 19 periods, dive into cross cuts, and discuss what organizations can do moving forward in 2021.
On this episode of the Global Recovery Monitor series, Craig Jeffery and Alexa Cook of Strategic Treasurer explore period eighteen’s results from the COVID-19 impact and response survey. This new data reveals how the news of vaccines resulted in a positive outlook across medical, economic and social fronts. It also covers shifts to top concerns, expectations on a global lockdown, and voluntary staff leave trends. Listen in to this important update reported by the treasury and finance community.
Organizations and finance staff must improve consistently in order to stay competitive, and competitiveness almost always requiring leveraging technology. In this panel discussion, the conversation focuses on the most promising technologies that are in play now and are seeing increasing adoption in finance. How should organizations move forward with technology (staying current, learning, piloting, expanding), and how should a finance professional respond personally to the opportunity and risk of disruptive technology? Which technologies will eat another’s lunch? What is driving the focus on forecasting? What is actually current in data analytics?