Haha god no i'm not a CFO. I'm joining a company post grad school that helps manage and run startups. I'm competent from a financial and accounting standpoint, but would like to get ahead of the game and do some outside learning/research. I'm of the opinion that the only way to REALLY learn is by doing, which I have done to an extent, but would like to read some books just to supplement my knowledge.
And honestly, it doesn't need to be a "how to" book, but if others on here have experience being a CFO or related position, i'd like to know what books, programs, software (other than quickbooks), etc that could augment my experiential learning.
This post was edited on 4/9 at 7:40 pm