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Well, summer is coming to an end soon – vacations are winding down, kids will be going back to school, and many of you in Finance will be starting the planning and budgeting process for 2018.
Driver-based planning is an approach to planning and management that is focused on identifying an organization's key business and value drivers and then creating business plans and budgets based on these key drivers.
As the final days of summer tick away, many organizations are beginning to think about their planning and budgeting for the 2018 fiscal year. What's your approach?
It’s that time of year. Come September, many organizations will begin the budgeting and planning process for 2018. What’s your approach going to be?
While summertime is here in the Northern Hemisphere, budgeting season is just around the corner. That’s right, in a few months you’ll be starting the planning process for 2018.
There’s been an increasing amount of buzz in the market around the concept of “continuous planning.” While the concept has been around for a while, why is this getting so much attention now? What does it mean? And how continuous is continuous?
Two of the critical planning processes that feed into the operating expense planning process are workforce planning and capital expense (CAPEX) planning.
When it comes to financial budgeting and planning, the days of top-down budgeting, driven by Finance seem to be waning.
While the annual budgeting process is an important step in setting goals and defining resource allocations for the coming year, the pace of change in today's business world typically makes the annual budget obsolete after a few months.
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