Throughout my career, I have interviewed hundreds of candidates for dozens of roles, most of which were in FP&A. After evaluating the performance of these professionals personally, I was able to assess the qualities that either led them to their success or not, and it boiled down to three relatively straightforward criteria.
Change is the new normal. However, it is believed that most complex changes fail to deliver the promised benefits. How can FP&A help organisations navigate through a complex change? Find out the answer in this article.
This article explores overcoming our own misconceptions of barriers to partnering, identifying the true cause in any specific situation, and establishing financial planning and analysis (FP&A) as indispensable partners to the business leaders we serve.
To shine in the digital era and to be truly successful, financial planning and analysis (FP&A) and accounting professionals need to work on their human skills, like creativity and resilience.
The improved budgeting process based on double-loop learning can transform the way companies operate. How do you upgrade the fixed budgeting approach and why using the Evolution Index (EI) can help you on this journey?
Just to have some fun I will take the position that some accountants and FP&A specialists are primitive Homo Accounticus. In the evolutionary ladder they can become bean growers. They can add value beyond just reporting to assisting their organization to gain insights and make better decisions.