Marco D'Ascoli is a Director, Advisory, in the Finance practice. Mr. D'Ascoli provides advisory thought leadership on best practices being employed across the client portfolio that will help to improve the quality and efficiency of mission-critical finance initiatives. His focus areas include:
1. Finance Function Strategy
2. Finance Transformation
3. Change Management
4. Organizational Design
5. Business Partnering
6. FP&A Activity location strategy
Mr D'Ascoli has 8 years experience in the Consumer Products industry. Before moving to Gartner he served as Global Finance Transformation lead at Unilever. In this role he was responsible for leading the deployment of finance data & analytics teams in different markets globally, with a focus on the framework design, as well as on the execution of the strategy with the markets.
He previously held different positions within the supply chain and sales departments at both Unilever and Kraft Heinz.
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Leadership position in global project whose objective was to transform the company's business model and organizational culture to deliver sustainable and profitable growth with the support of Data Analytics and AI.
My key responsibilities were: Define the transformation framework, engage with the market leadership teams, assess the market 'As-is', Define the market 'To-be', build the data & solutions roadmap, drive adoption and cultural change in the market.
Digital Transformation & Data Analytics Lead
National Account Manager
Finance Organization Transformation
Master in Finance, Maastricht University, Netherlands
Master in Business Strategy, Catholic University of Milan, Italy
Bachelor in Management, University of Salerno, Italy
1Defining the finance function of the future.
2Defining and supporting the execution of finance transformation.
3Defining the change management strategy for transformation.
4Defining the business partner responsibilities.
5Helping clients with their FP&A activity location strategy