Simplicient Controlling 2 – To Reduce or Not… Your SG&A Expenses

In June 1999, when Carlos Ghosn was parachuted by Renault to a little known (outside Asia) car manufacturer named Nissan, his reputation should have preceeded him. Maybe the Japanese board of directors underestimated the „Le Cost Killer“ nickname he earned at Renault during the previous 3 years – or maybe they thought that one of the most inner-oriented markets in […]

Simplicient Financial Controlling – 1 – Laying the Ground

Let us face it – finance is not easy. Whoever tells you that the commercial financial management is a steady progression job, where one gets well trained and well paid over a reasonable number of career years, is trying to lure you into something. The finance specialism requires almost a decade of training (if you count a faculty/college degree plus […]