“Act As If” is not synonymous with “Fake It ‘Til You Make It.”
If you have big goals, chances are you’re heading toward uncharted waters.
For managing a business, this means aspirations and needs can outstrip current skills. This isn’t a bad thing.
In fact, acknowledging any such shortcomings can sharpen your team’s focus on targeted development and improvement.
The trick is foresight, to get the jump on these skills before they are needed (and definitely before they become a problem).
Finance capabilities are no exception – perhaps you don’t need better performance insight, forward-looking capabilities, or capital experience around the table. NOW.
Be the lion. Before it’s a problem to not be a lion. The best way to get bigger is to act bigger.
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