Learn the Secret to Success Using Pareto's 80/20 Rule for Corporate Accountants "If you really want to change from being an overburdened data processor, into an effective value-adding financial analyst, you must read this book. Pareto's 80/20 Rule for Corporate Accountants shows you how to focus on the vital few activities that genuinely create and add value." -Harry Mills, author of The Rainmaker's Toolkit and The Streetsmart Negotiator "Most finance managers know that 80 percent of value creation comes from 20 percent of products, orders, customers, measures, reports and so on. In this timely book, David Parmenter helps you to find the 'magic 20 percent' and transform not only your work (and career prospects!) but also the performance of the whole organization." -Jeremy Hope, cofounder and Director of the Beyond Budgeting Round Table, and author of Reinventing the CFO "Using these innovative ideas and practical tools will provide the busy accountant with a great opportunity to add value to the business by the provision of more relevant and timely information."
-Ken Lever, Chief Financial Officer, Tomkins plc "You don't always need a grand plan or expensive new financial systems before you can significantly improve the performance of your finance function. Pareto's 80/20 Rule for Corporate Accountants is a box of practical tools and techniques that will achieve quick payback by helping you remove bottlenecks and boost quality. Just open the box and pick the ones that suit you best." -Ian Niven, Director, Business Symmetrics Ltd "CFOs should make sure their direct reports have a copy of this book." -Wayne Morgan, CFO, management consultant, and troubleshooter
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Author Biography - David Parmenter
David Parmenter is the CEO and Managing Director of Waymark Solutions (www.waymarkco.nz). For the last ten years, he has specialized in assisting organizations to measure, report, and improve their performance. He is also the author of Key Performance Indicators: Developing, Implementing, and Using Winning KPIs (Wiley). Parmenter has worked with many accounting functions in Europe and New Zealand to adopt and implement better practices. He is an international presenter and facilitator covering a wide range of topics including quarterly rolling planning (which replaces the annual planning process), decision-based reporting, quick month-end reporting, and implementing winning KPIs. He has also worked for Ernst & Young in both London and Wellington, BP Oil New Zealand Ltd, Arthur Andersen, and PricewaterhouseCoopers. David is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. He is a regular writer for professional and business journals.