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Moneyball has come to corporate treasuries as executives learn to win big games with small budgets by leveraging the talent they have and shrewdly drafting young players. The “velocity of change” is moving treasuries farther and farther away from “what worked yesterday” in hiring, says Brian Kalish, finance practice lead at the Association for Financial Professionals.

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