Advanced Concepts for Budgeting/Forecasting

 

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What might have seemed extraordinary in the latter half of 2008 is likely to become the norm for organizations in 2010, specifically, the need to drive performance in the face of increasing variability and an escalating pace of business. This places more demands on organizations’ performance management systems. One focus of APQC's best practice study was to discover how organizations were responding within their planning and forecasting activities to better manage risk, drive cash flow, contain costs, and maximize profits.

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