KPI/ Analytics: The Foundational Elements of Performance Management
The Chicago CFO Leadership Council
Thursday, December 8, 2016 @ 7:30 a.m.
7:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. - Breakfast and Networking
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. - Program
Advancing and realizing organizational performance has become a key initiative of many organizations. CEOs and Boards in most cases look to the CFO and the finance organization to deploy, own and be accountable for the success of these initiatives. A core component of a performance program is the successful development and deployment of key performance indicators (KPI’s) and analytics.
Join a panel who will share their experiences in how they successfully planned and deployed KPI’s and analytics and the results they achieved. Key take-aways for CFOs will include:
- Considerations for aligning KPIs with an organization’s strategic goals
- Key steps for planning and starting deployment of KPIs and analytics
- Technology organizations should consider deploying to enable KPI’s and analytics
- Critical skill sets required to support the initiative
- Areas of challenge to consider and how to manage
- Michael Garcia, Aon - Michael Garcia is a Sr. consultant with AON. He works closely with board level compensation committees and executive leaders to develop organizational performance metrics and align them with management performance goals and compensation plans. During his discussion, he will share insights how performance metrics have evolved over time and provide pragmatic examples of how Boards and CFO’s can pragmatically apply performance metrics to drive desired and consistent performance by executives and management.
- Steve Wolff, A Safe Haven Foundation - Steve Wolff is the Comptroller of A Safe Haven Foundation. He has vast FP&A experience. Steve will discuss leading practices around FP&A. He will also share insights working with Business Unit leaders on establighing performance expectations, analyzing performance results and building corrective actions to drive expected results.
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About Our Speakers:
- Michael Garcia
Michael Garcia is a Senior Consultant in Aon Hewitt’s Executive Compensation Practice. He specializes in executive compensation, performance measurement, and incentive plan design. He has over 15 years of experience working with compensation committees and management on all aspects of compensation for executives, board directors, and broad-based employees.
Mr. Garcia is a lead member of Aon Hewitt’s Performance-Pay Team. This team assists compensation committees and management in choosing performance metrics and setting performance goals for annual and long-term incentive plans as well as evaluating the degree of alignment of pay-to-performance relationships. This group has also developed Aon Hewitt’s methodology for assessing the risk implications of compensation plans and for using the relationship of “earned” pay relative to performance to identify potential areas for improving total program design.
Michael has a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and International Business from New York University’s Stern School of Business. Prior to joining Aon Hewitt, Michael has been a consultant at Willis Towers Watson and Pearl Meyer and Partners.
He began his career as a Financial Policy Analyst at the consulting firm of Stern, Stewart & Co., where he worked on client engagements focusing on Economic Value Added measurement, implementation, strategy, and incentives.
- Steve Wolff
Steve Wolff is a multilingual financial and corporate executive with 20+ years solving complex business problems in the U.S. and abroad. Steve has served as CFO, controller and general manager delivering results in profitable and distressed environments, entrepreneurial, family, private equity and large company cultures, and for mature and high growth businesses. He currently is Comptroller of A Safe Haven Foundation, a not-for-profit social business enterprise with a mission to solve the root causes of homelessness and poverty.
After completing his undergraduate degree at Emory University, Steve was selected as one of the first program directors to lead U.S. developmental assistance in the nascent states of the former Soviet Union. After several years as an expatriate executive, Steve attained his first CFO role while still in his 20s with a subsidiary of Linde AG. one of the largest global industrial gas manufacturers. Steve also earned an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. From there, Steve followed a controller and FP&A-leadership development track through roles with top U.S. brands Allstate, Hewitt, and Trimble.
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