Monthly Archives: November 2011


Strong internal controls – it just makes good business sense

There is a large body of literature, rules, and regulations regarding internal controls. This brief article does not delve into that detail. Instead, hopefully this synopsis will bridge internal control theory with some practical realities. […]

Interim Controlling and Business Process Improvement

The reason for this blog is to share some exchange thoughts on experiences with organizations that I have supported during 2011. In particular, an Interim Controllership role within a manufacturing company (see below for brief synopsis), where there were areas of operational excellence, combined with areas that needed improvement – primarily in Finance and Administration. [...]

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