In this article, the author outlines how to break structural silos in an organisation with the help of connecting top-down and bottom-up processes. He also considers how to connect strategy to execution in your business. The answer is simple: stop making plans and start making decisions.
In this blog, we will look at integrated Financial Planning and Analysis: what it is and why it is relevant. We will also explore what is required for a successful FP&A integration.
What are the six key success factors to harmonise your planning processes? Check out the recording to get the answer to these question and to listen to some valuable insights from a senior panel of finance practitioners.
In this video, Marat Lomakov, Finance Director, Europe Supply Chain at Ecolab, shows what his company did to integrate supply chain and finance better and shares some lessons his company learnt.
The findings from this research provide insights in explaining the Strategy-Execution Gap and, more importantly, how to close the gap using modern FP&A techniques, processes, and technology.
In this video, Tomasz Klimek, Head of FP&A at International Airlines Group (IAG GBS), answers this question and describes how we can build a driver-based model for our business using an aviation company as an example.