A manager's guide to the radical changes in corporate finance
The Real World of Finance focuses on twelve traditional finance concepts that have been turned upside-down in the last ten years and guides the reader through new finance models so they can implement change in their own organizations. Interspersed throughout the text are examples of what Fortune 500 companies are doing to adapt their financial systems to the 21st century.
James Sagner (White Plains, NY) is a Principal of Sagner/Marks and has managed over 250 large-scale studies for companies and non-profit organizations worldwide. He is a faculty member at the Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina, and author of over forty papers and articles that have appeared in a wide range of industry publications.
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