Most companies are realizing that the data they need in these uncertain times is either (1) not readily available, (2) not in a usable form, or (3) not the desired quality to be actionable. If the only constant is change, how can businesses use data to transform and adapt in a volatile environment?
This installment of our “Virtually Yours” missives is from Chief People Officer, Katy Conway. She’s working around the clock to ensure the humans of RGP are staying safe and able to be productive. She sent an inspiring note of how far we’ve come and how we’ll grow stronger and more resilient.
As a global organization, I think RGP has shown great resilience during these trying times. We’ve communicated, followed guidance, maintained revenue, won new deals, shared stories and problem solved—together.
The ongoing spread of the novel coronavirus and COVID-19 has created an unprecedented level of uncertainty for the entire business world.
As a business executive in a human capital company, I’ve spent the last few weeks responding to—and trying to anticipate—COVID-19’s trek across the globe.
The coronavirus and COVID-19 may have blown into North America and Europe like an early spring storm, but our offices in China and across the Asia Pacific region have been dealing with this crisis for months.
Whether you’ve been working from home forever or a few days, this new “temporary normal” feels unsettling and uncertain.
The COVID-19 global pandemic is testing businesses in every corner of the globe at a scale we’ve never seen before.
Transformative change inevitably brings serious human impacts. That means change management should be a cornerstone of your strategic planning, with a focus on the “people part.”
Now that the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) formally approved a delay in implementing lease accounting for private companies, are you wondering what this means for your organization?
Joni Noel, our SVP of Healthcare, was interviewed by the marcus evans National Healthcare CFO Summit Fall 2019. In the interview she discusses how healthcare CFOs can ensure their health system is compliant with the new lease accounting standard under ASC 842 or GASB 87.
During a carve-out or divestiture, the majority of the seller’s focus is on negotiating the purchase and sale agreement (PSA) and valuation considerations.