The Executive Program for Prospective CFOs
The job of financial leaders has evolved to mean much more than strictly crunching numbers. Finance officers today have to be actively engaged in the roles of strategic leader, effective communicator, moral conscience, and risk manager. These varied responsibilities make a CFO's job more complex than ever. With this in mind, Chicago Booth has assembled an interdisciplinary team of faculty from the fields of economics, finance, accounting, strategy, and leadership to create The Executive Program for Prospective CFOs. Leading the effort is Professor Randall Kroszner, Norman R. Bobins Professor of Economics and former Governor of the Federal Reserve System.