Over the last month, the Brexit weather becomes more overcast, with the House of Commons vote on Theresa May’s deal suspended due to evident lack of support from MPs. Almost every day has seen a storm, with the deal being attacked from all sides and the EU leadership maintaining a hard line.
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Correct decisions are important because they contribute in moving forward, while wrong decisions cost money, careers and reputation of the decision maker.
In 1992 a professor named Robert Kaplan and a consultant named David Norton created a measurement system called The Balanced Scorecard. A reason for creating The Balanced Scorecard was to go beyond financial statements in measuring what businesses do in order to improve performance.
The below article summarises an approach developed throughout the years of my work and explores ways to fully integrate FP&A with other divisions and remove barriers in cooperation.