The seminar is aimed at managing directors, CFOs, managers from finance and controlling, commercial managers and controllers who want to shape the financial area in the organisation and make it fit for the future. Read more about the Target Operating Model at: https://www.4cgroup.com/en/cfo/target-operating-model
Seminar content and duration: 2 days
• Process model for the definition of the Operating Model (OM) for the financial sector
• Components of an OM and its characteristics
• Factors influencing the components of OM
• Design of different types of operating models and their objectives, requirements and consequences
• Requirements for successful operating models
• Transformation of operating models and effects on employees, management philosophy and culture
• Roadmap and implementation plan
Peter Keefer is a partner of the management consultancy 4C GROUP AG in the area of Finance & Accounting. He is a qualified industrial clerk and studied International Business Administration in Augsburg and Rotterdam. His main focus of activity is the consulting of groups with a focus on Corporate Performance Management. In doing so, he always supports his clients from the professional conception of structures and processes to the complete system implementation. The focus is both on group accounting (selection and implementation of consolidation systems) and group controlling (management concepts, implementation of planning, forecasting and reporting processes, optimisation of the financial organisation). For several years Peter Keefer has also been responsible for "Digital Finance" and helps his clients to demonstrate the effects of digitalisation on the CFO area and to derive individual options for action.
Stephan Grunwald is a trained banker and studied business administration and economics. At Arthur Andersen Management Consultancy, he met the colleagues with whom he founded the management consultancy 4C Group in 1997. His focus is the commercial management of a company from the position of CFO. This includes designing the basic accounting processes in the individual company and the group, developing the control model and deriving the planning, reporting and risk management system from it, and implementing a control philosophy that focuses on implementation and measures.