The Manage Disruption Certificate provides the context to the accelerating evolution of finance in organizations. It focuses on why and how the business environment is changing and how the finance team can prepare for and respond to these changes. This certificate introduces key concepts that will be covered in-depth in parts two and three of the learning program, specifically covering the following:
Earn certificate from AICPA (the world's largest accounting body). CPAs and CMAs will also be awarded 6 CPE credit hours.
After you complete the webcast, you will be awarded with a certificate in the form of a digital badge. Proudly display it anywhere on the internet – a personal blog, a social site like LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter, Open Badges, a bio page on a company website or your email signature.
David collaborates with finance executive to transform their finance organization and to be ready for the future. With more than 22 years of experience in KPMGs advisory and audit practice, David understands both the financial reporting and business aspects of a finance organization. Becoming a digital first finance organization is not an option anymore so David helps his clients accomplish this change in a pragmatic way with tangible results throughout the transformation journey.
Matt is a Managing Director in KPMGs People and Change Advisory Services with 14 years of management advisory and industry experience. He has a considerable background across all Organization Development and Human Resource functional activity. Project and program management experience includes Organization Design Human Resource Management, Change Management, Learning and Development, and Talent Management. Matt is the US lead for Talent Management and Workforce Intelligence.
Matt brings a broad-based industry exposure, global perspective and creative approach to deliver leading solutions that achieve business goals, increase capability and effectiveness. This has included introducing technology to enable enhanced performance of human capital. Industry engagement types include Consumer Goods, Insurance, Government, Media and Technology, Power and Utility, and Consumer Services.