Let’s face it, the world of work is changing. Who does what at a company isn’t what it used to be.
And that’s okay.
The outsourcing of jobs, responsibilities, and skillsets beyond the core capabilities of a company is an efficient way to get things completed. Bringing in talent specific to a function is a great way to maximize people power. It is a way of ensuring everything in a company gets done and done well.
Our guest today knows what it is like to have to navigate a variety of organizations and their numbers from the back office to the boardroom.
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