Rolling Forecasts: How and Why

 

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The APQC and IBM research study Charting the Course in Stormy Seas: Planning and Forecasting in Turbulent Times found that many of participating best-practice organizations adopted a “rolling forecast” to project how closely they would achieve their budgeted targets. In contrast, true rolling forecasts go beyond the budget barrier and predict an organization’s performance in response to economic change and growth.

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