Podcast series: The forward-looking finance leader

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As technology reshapes the world of work, the role of the modern finance professional has never been so ripe with opportunities and risks.

In this three-part series of podcasts from AccountingWEB and SAP Concur, we’ll be looking at a range of issues facing the modern finance leader: from the challenges of career progression to the world of artificial intelligence.

To listen to the podcasts scroll down and hit play on the buttons below.

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Part one: From FD to CFO and beyond – practical advice on climbing the career ladder

How does career progression happen? In the first episode of a three-part podcast series on the modern finance leader, an experienced panel of financial professionals look back at their own career paths and what they’ve learned along the way.

AccountingWEB business editor Francois Badenhorst is joined by three guests to discuss their own career trajectories, how demands change, what they’ve learned in the process and what they wish they knew while making the long march up the job ladder.

To listen to the podcast hit the play button above. For more information on the podcast, including guest bios, click here.

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Part two: A machine did my expenses – how finance can bring intelligence to the business

Can a machine really take care of your expenses? In the second episode of a three-part podcast series on the modern finance leader, a trio of tech-savvy professionals outline how the finance function stands to benefit from automation.

In association with SAP Concur, AccountingWEB business editor Francois Badenhorst is joined by three guests to discuss a practical, everyday vision for automation in the world of the finance professional.

For more information on the podcast, including guest bios, click here.

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Coming soon!

Part three: Invoice fraud and cybercrime: How AP can protect the business

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