ISB launches online course for future CFOs

The Indian School of Business (ISB) can help you become a CFO. Top B School has partnered with the online education platform TalentSprint to offer a unique program called “Future-Ready CFO”. The course aims to meet a growing need for new age finance professionals able to lead in a digital world.

The program will be taught in hybrid mode. The six-month course will be taught by professors from the ISB led by Professor Bhagwan Chowdhry, a renowned thought leader, author and renowned world authority on finance. The program will start at the ISB Hyderabad campus in January 2022. To apply for selection into the first cohort, applicants can visit the program page,

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The program will solve the industry’s critical problem of nurturing and developing the new-age financial leadership of tomorrow, the educational platforms say. The program will nurture and develop new-age finance leaders who wish to take on leadership roles over the next several years. Aimed at current, new and aspiring CFOs, it will provide them with forward-looking digital technologies and financial strategies to become key catalysts for business transformation. He will be a growing community of future-ready financial leaders capable of driving growth in a rapidly changing business landscape.

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Dr Santanu Paul, MD and CEO of TalentSprint, said, “We are delighted to announce the first Future-Ready CFO program in the country in association with the Center for Executive Education at ISB. We are confident that this program will resonate deeply with ambitious finance professionals who aspire to become next-generation CFOs in the years to come. The well-crafted design offers the perfect blend of modern finance and disruptive technologies, and it will propel finance professionals into a new career orbit. “

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