Monte Swain, Brigham Young University professor, shares a new model from the Profitability Analytics Centre of Excellence (PACE) that returns to these three core elements of the Dupont framework. Watch how it can help you track cost and revenue drivers effectively and build a successful, informative ROI strategy.
Inflation and recession are creating chaos for most businesses in the world right now. In this article, we will explore some of the macroeconomic theories driving the current inflationary environment. These theories will allow you to understand, model, and advise your company on its options for addressing chaos and uncertainty.
Challenging market and rising costs put businesses into a non-stop race for efficiency and expense reduction. Cost management and identification of real expenditure sources in the production process are among the highest priorities for Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) and the entire finance department in almost every company.
In times of uncertainty, the failings of systems and measures are brought sharply into focus. Managing profitability often requires a complete re-think of how an organisation plans and the supporting systems that can help sustain profits in both the short and long term. That’s the subject of this paper.
Nowadays cash flow is a trending topic and especially in FP&A where we are generally focused on P&L forecast and management. When we talk about cash flow there are three main pillars: liquidity, valuation, and performance.
Providing decision support on product offerings in an online marketplaces environment requires digging deep on the granularity of the key business drivers to evaluate success. Using a method called “A/B testing” allows an FP&A leader to easily build a framework on key criteria to better understand the various behavioural impacts that consumers apply in different scenarios and to analyse their performance.