FP&A Best Practices Take Aim at Current Business Climate



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  • September 29, 2011
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  • APQC
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New APQC research shows that two-thirds of more than 400 finance executives surveyed have invested in talent, training, and systems. The result: more Financial planning and analysis (FP&A) teams are delivering fact-based, forward-looking, and indisputable decision-support to operating managers.

During this recorded Webinar, APQC’s Mary Driscoll and Beyond Budgeting Roundtable’s Steve Player discuss:

  • APQC’s research on FP&A priorities;
  • C-level attitudes about FP&A investments;
  • Best practices that are absolutely needed to empower FP&A in the current business environment; and
  • Player's seven essential steps for going to the next level in forecasting and planning.

To view the slides used in this presentation, click here.

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