Is your organization still plagued by a long, detailed, and painful annual budgeting process? Do you spend most of the year explaining variances against a budget that was obsolete shortly after it was approved? If your answer to these questions is “yes,” then it may be time to embrace the concept of “continuous planning.”
This was the focus of a recent webinar sponsored by Host Analytics titled “Continuous Dynamic Planning: The
Will your organization be slogging through a long, detailed budgeting process? Are you still managing the business based on static budgets that are obsolete soon after approval? Or are you ready to embrace “continuous planning”?
This will be the focus of an upcoming August 10th webinar sponsored by Host Analytics titled “Continuous Dynamic Planning: The CFO’s 2018 Mandate.”
It’s not too late to change! Don’t let your 2018 budget be a
Let’s start with the definition of continuous planning. My friend Rob Kugel at Ventana Research offers up a very simple definition: “Continuous planning uses technology to enable rapid planning and review cycles to support a more agile organization.”
What’s the alternative to continuous planning? The answer, per Mr. Kugel and other experts in the