Planning, Budgeting, and Forecasting: Best Practices for Rising Above Uncertainty

Published On:
February 23, 2021
Authored By:
APQC & Philip Peck
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As we move into the opportunities of the new year, now more than ever, the CFO and its business partners need the crucial performance analyses and decision support provided by organizational planning, budgeting, and forecasting practitioners. And yet, these processes continue to be challenged by the uncertainty, complexity, and volatility that is rife in today’s world.

In this webinar, APQC and Philip Peck, VP of the Advisory Services and Finance Transformation Practice for APQC member company Peloton Consulting Group, discuss best practices for rising above today’s uncertainty, including:

  • Best practices, emerging trends, and real-world client examples for planning, budgeting, and forecasting during this time of uncertainty
  • Driver-based planning models that explicitly connect operations and expected financial outcomes enabling near-real-time adjustments and adapting to new scenarios with nimble and agile FP&A
  • How FP&A and planning, budgeting, and forecasting can help organizations through these times to optimize revenue and manage costs, dynamically allocate and re-allocate organizational resources, capitalize on opportunities, and overcome difficulties
  • Tools, technologies, and analytics leading organizations use to enable their planning, budgeting, forecasting, and decision-making efforts

This is the webinar recording; click here to download a copy of the presentation slides.