By: The Center Team
Three startups, three distinct fiscal cultures—from a hands-on CEO who scrutinizes everything to a fast-growing sales team with free rein. Which is most like yours?
For companies with more than 1,000 employees, expense management becomes increasingly critical, and fiscal culture is harder to change.
What worked with 20 employees often becomes harder to maintain and manage at 200.
There’s no one way to define a strong fiscal culture, but it should align with your company’s values and overall culture.
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