‘Ask Ethan’ Podcast Now Available on iTunes and CFO Thought Leader.com


Ethan Carlson, CEO of Carlson Management Consulting, has signed on to be a featured co-host of the CFO Thought Leader Podcast. The CFO Thought Leader is one of the leading online publications for senior finance executives. The new weekly podcast program, titled “Ask Ethan”, will examine the issues facing today’s CFOs and finance leaders. Ethan, a seasoned finance executive and founder of a high growth consultancy, will discuss practical strategies and tactics for helping companies improve budgeting, forecasting, planning and other critical finance processes.

“I’m very excited to join CFO Thought Leader in their innovative podcast program focusing on transforming the financial planning and analysis function in mid-market companies. Having worked both as a CFO as well as an ‘in-the-trenches’ consultant, I’m eager to relate the strategies and lessons-learned that enable finance teams to develop world class practices”, stated Ethan. “I’m also looking forward to receiving questions from the CFO Thought Leader audience to discuss their most pressing challenges.”

“Ethan combines a CFO’s perspective along with a keen grasp on what strategies and best practices are actually driving change within organizations today,” says Jack Sweeney, co-host and founder of the CFO Thought Leader Podcast. “We look forward to Ethan exploring with our listeners the challenges and rewards of the transformation now underway in finance across every industry.”

New ‘Ask Ethan’ podcasts will be available every Tuesday on iTunes, The CFO Thought Leader as well as the Carlson Management Consulting website. In addition to the “Ask Ethan” podcast series, the CFO Thought Leader Podcast features dozens of CFOs guests each quarter as it seeks to expose how finance leaders are today driving change within their organizations.



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