Reimagine Business Models AND The Shift from Business Partnering to Value Partnering
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16 November, 2021

4:00 pm - 6:30 pm UTC

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4:00 pm - 6:30 pm UTC

Reimagine Business Models AND The Shift from Business Partnering to Value Partnering

Speakers: Darren Snellgrove; Christina Kite; Ash Noah, CPA, FCMA, CGMA

  • Format

    Webcast

  • Level

    Intermediate

  • Duration

    2h 30m

Learn practical take-aways to approach innovation in finance and move your business forward. In this two-part webcast, strategy and finance leaders from global corporations will share insights for transforming business models and developing value partnering strategies.

Learning outcomes

  • Recognize the key elements of business models
  • Determine how the finance function enables businesses to reimagine their business model
  • Identify the new paradigms required to rethink investment for the future
  • Recognize why understanding, analyzing and maximizing value creation is critical to the success of the CFO
  • Determine how you can approach and focus on innovation in a way to create long-term value
  • Identify how to articulate a clear capital allocation strategy
  • Determine how to develop capabilities, mindsets and behaviors to drive a value partnering culture

£109.00 (CIMA members only)

£139.00

VAT calculated on checkout

Product information

Overview

People expect more value

Part 1 of the webcast: Reimagine Business Models

Not only has the pandemic reset the world's economic system, it has reset customer behavior, purchasing patterns and preferences. Businesses have had to reimagine their business models to serve their customers in a completely different way.

Learn how AWS/Amazon reimagined their business model to continue their strong performance.

Part 2 of the webcast: The Shift from Business Partnering to Value Partnering

Businesses look to the finance function for support with critical decision making, particularly when it comes to protecting and growing the value of the organization.

Lean tactics and techniques for building a culture of value partnering to bring innovation and solutions.

This two-part webcast features session rebroadcasts from the AICPA & CIMA 2021 ENGAGE Conference

Key Topics

  • Defining, creating, delivering and capturing value to stakeholders
  • Dimensions of a business model
  • Navigating from business partnering to value partnering
  • Elements of a successful CEO
  • Defining value creation within your business
  • Creating sustainable value
  • Developing mindsets and behavioral change to drive value partnering

Who should take this course?

  • CGMAs
  • Accountants and finance professionals
  • Corporate/Business Strategy leaders

Professional development

This Webcast offers 3 hours of CPE credit.
Note on CPE Requirements and Credits
All learning resources available in the CGMA Store qualify for CPD for CIMA members.

Field of study: Finance
Prerequisites:3-5 years in the profession
Programme level:Intermediate
Duration:2h 30m
Format:Webcast
Access:This is a live event. You will have access to webcast on the date/time of broadcast and the archive for 3 months after the broadcast date.

Return and refund policy

£109.00 (CIMA members only)

£139.00

VAT calculated on checkout

Speakers

  • Darren Snellgrove

    Darren Snellgrove is an experienced CFO, Senior Vice President, and Operations Executive with a broad range of experience in Biotech, Pharmaceutical, and Medical Devices. He has 23 years total experience, 19 within multi-national Fortune 100 companies. Darren is currently the Chief Financial and Operating Officer for Global Pharmaceutical Research & Development at Johnson & Johnson, a position he has held since July 2017. He is responsible for leading the Finance organization, managing an $8-10 Billion annual budget, a large complex, global organization, and one of the largest and strongest portfolios in the industry. He serves on the Global R&D Leadership Team and is a member of the Global Pharmaceutical Finance Leadership Team. Darren is passionate about innovation and value creation. He has given numerous talks and presentations on these subjects. He has presented at the Cambridge University Executive MBA program, and delivered the Keynote at the Association of Bioscience Financial Officers Conference in 2016. Darren is also the co-author of a cover story for Strategic Finance Magazine "Why Innovation should be every CFO's Top Priority" and is currently working on a new article titled "Capital Allocation and Sustainable Value Creation." Darren joined J&J through the acquisition of Centocor in 1999. He spent three years at Centocor prior to the acquisition and three years after, in positions of increasing responsibility and in support of a variety of functions including Commercial, R&D, and Business Development. In 2002, Darren moved to J&J Corporate, where he spent three years in the Mergers and Acquisitions Finance group providing financial leadership on more than 100 potential acquisitions, major licensing deals, equity investments, options, structures, and divestitures across all sectors. Darren continued on to a series of senior leadership roles at various J&J companies in both Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices. Prior to joining JRD Finance, Darren was CFO for Johnson & Johnson Innovation. Darren holds a B.A. Honors Degree in Economics and Philosophy from Southampton University in England, and an MBA from Villanova University. In 2016 was selected to participate in J&J's prestigious Accelerated Enterprise Leader Program. Darren has also completed Finance and Business Development Leadership Programs at both Harvard and Wharton.

  • Christina Kite

    Christina Kite is a senior technology, finance and operations executive with more than 20 years of experience with Fortune 50 and Government organizations leading large, global cross-functional teams and programs.

    Christina is currently Vice President, Global Business Strategy and Analytics at Oracle, helping to set and drive key ERP business and customer strategies and initiatives across the cloud development organization by bringing a data driven approach to decision making and rapidly changing priorities.

    Prior to this role, Christina was the global finance business partner for the $4.5B Oracle North America Technology Division.

    While at Cisco, Christina was responsible for leading the Global Finance and Corporate Systems when Cisco achieved the virtual close which is still considered as one of the most radical efforts to accelerate the financial accounting and reporting process.

    Christina has also worked in a variety of senior executive positions at the Federal Reserve Bank of NY, Goldman Sachs, and Northrop Grumman. Christina graduated cum laude with a BS in Management Science and has a MBA from the Sloan School of Management at MIT.

  • Ash Noah, CPA, FCMA, CGMA

    Ash Noah - CPA, FCMA, CGMA, is Managing Director, CGMA Learning, Education and Development, at the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants. In this position, Ash leads the Research, Examinations and Product Development for the Management Accounting Unit. His primary responsibility is to ensure that the Association’s Finance Competency Framework, Syllabus, Examinations and Learning solutions are effective and remain relevant to the practice of Management Accounting. Ash works closely with Finance Leaders globally, identifying the trends impacting the finance profession.
    Ash was the CFO for the International Unit of TNT global express logistics provider and has led finance transformation in teams across 45 countries. He is a Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA), licensed US CPA and member of the American Institute of CPA’s (AICPA). He is also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). Ash has a passion for flying and is an avid aviator

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