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Webcast Summary

Driver-based budgeting and planning are among the most powerful tools available to finance leaders. But many organizations lack a systematic approach to identifying key performance indicators (KPIs), and are ill-equipped to use driver-based tools to adapt to an increasingly unpredictable environment for doing business.

During this Webcast, we will highlight how CFOs can employ a driver-based approach to plan for the future. We will discuss:

  • What distinguishes a driver-based approach from other methods of budgeting and planning,
  • What characterizes organizations that are most likely to implement a driver-based approach successfully,
  • How to garner support for driver-based budgeting and planning throughout your organization, and
  • How to establish, as well as sustain, best practices for budgeting and planning that enable your organization to achieve greater agility and adaptability as a result of adopting a driver-based approach.

About the Moderator

Joe FleischerJoe Fleischer, Editorial Director, Finance Channel, Argyle Executive Forum

In his role as finance channel editorial director with Argyle Executive Forum, Joe Fleischer focuses on developing virtual events on topics that reflect the primary concerns and priorities of senior finance executives. He is based in New York.

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Fields of Study: Finance
Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: None
Advance Preparation: None required
Delivery Method: Group Internet-based
Recommended CPE Credit(s): 1

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