Ten years ago, Tim Zue might have been viewed as a C-suite party crasher—the type of senior executive known to have defied the conventional career path. However, when Zue landed the CFO office of the Boston Red Sox, nary an eyebrow was raised—especially among the latest class of CFOs, a group redefining the finance chief role and expanding the cross-functional reach of their teams.

Valerie Burman, CFO of communications software company GuideSpark, says that a cross-functional mindset is entirely different from that of the CFOs whom she first encountered as an investment banker some 20 years ago.

 

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