“Every once in a while, a new technology, an old problem, and a big idea turn into an innovation.”
Dean Kamen, American engineer, inventor, and businessman.
“The best way to predict the future is to create it”Unknown It’s easy to get caught up in the daily grind of treasury operations—especially in times as demanding as these. But just because there’s lots to do it doesn’t mean you can’t think about the future. A good first step is to start building a roadmap to future proof your treasury and make sure it’s ready for whatever the years ahead bring.
“Technology is a useful servant but a dangerous master.”Christian Lous Lange, Norwegian historian, teacher, and political scientist. Despite all of business culture’s focus on technology, treasury will always be a people business. Make sure you give yourself and others in your team the skills to thrive. Don’t forget, it’s first-rate treasury and soft skills built upon a technological foundation that will set your department up for success.
"In times of rapid change, experience could be your worst enemy."Paul Getty, British American petrol-industrialist Just because you’ve done something a certain way before, it doesn’t mean that it’s the best way today. Question everything and never rely on the status quo. You might be missing opportunities to enhance the value your treasury team brings to the table. Smell something? That’s inspiration. Smells good, doesn’t it? Let’s get out there and own the rest of this year. We’re with you all the way. Not sure what areas to focus on? Find out what the world’s leading treasury and finance professionals are thinking.
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