March 2022

There’s never been a more important time to plan your organisation’s financial future quickly and accurately. With so much uncertainty around, you need to be able to model the financial implications of what-of scenarios quickly.

But many financial planning and analysis functions are held back by outdated processes, systems and mindsets. They’re still acting in pre-Covid ways and need to rapidly re-invent themselves if they’re to survive the crisis and thrive in the strange new world which lies beyond it.

Here are our finance experts’ summaries of the eight most common mistakes that FP&A functions make and how they can avoid them.

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