Course ID: BtRB

Building the Resilient Business

The past two years have spotlighted how the organization’s ability to adapt and respond to a rapidly-changing environment impacts its people, operations, and sometimes its very existence. In this session, we will discuss the CFO’s role in building an organization that can adapt and respond quickly to all types of risks (and opportunities) with minimal stress on workflows, operations, and especially its people.

Learning Objectives

-Learn the meaning of business resilience, how it differs from disaster planning, and why resilience is important to organizational value
-Identify the mindset and skills needed to assess and improve resiliency throughout the business
-Discuss the role of the CFO in building a more resilient organization, in both the finance function and the overall organization

Major Topics

– Identify why the ability to be resilient to the unexpected is key to continued business success
– Compare the key differences between resilient organization performance during COVID to other organizations
– Identify how culture impacts the ability to become resilient
– Learn how the role of the CFO in increasing resiliency throughout the organization

Who Should Attend

CEO, CFO, CVO, Controller, CPA, finance staff

Fields of Study
Business Management & Organization


2-5 years experience as a finance leader

Business Learning Institute

CPE Credits


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