CFO Forum: Reinventing the Finance Role


Executive Education’s CFO Forum seminars provide a convenient way for CFOs and those who aspire to be CFOs, to learn about four related topics in a single day. These Forum classes feature high-quality presentations and the interactive, executive level colleague-to-colleague approach CFOs have come to expect from Executive Education, Inc. From accounting and finance to people and workplace culture, nothing stays the same for long. As best practices evolve, so should your approach to your job. Get guidance on how to improve your skills as a financial leader, manager and decision-maker with this course. Explore financial management tips focused on maximizing the effectiveness and efficiency of your team and the business. Discussion and case studies will focus on medium-sized organizations.


  • CFO Series Day 4 - Reinventing the Finance Role 2018
  • Reinventing the Finance Role
  • Principled Negotiations: Getting to Yes
  • Generations at Work: Finding Common Ground
  • The Business Secrets of Trappist Monks


  • Change how you gather, process and distribute information to work more efficiently and be far more valued.
  • Examine best negotiation practices to "get to yes" faster and build lasting relationships.
  • Receive practical tips and tricks to manage multiple generations in your work place.
  • Discuss key lessons to make every business more effective.

Designed For

This seminar is for people who are, or aspire to be, chief financial officers. We will focus discussions on medium-sized organizations.


Bob Mims

Bob Mims, CPA is a financial consultant & COO of a membership-based start-up venture. He has served as CFO and Controller of large non-profits and was an auditor & recruiter with KPMG. Bob has extensive training & facilitation experience working on national conferences & international engagements. He served terms on two advisory councils for FASB & currently chairs the Environmental Roundtable. Bob is lives in Memphis, TN.