In today’s dynamic marketplace, many financial planning and analysis functions are shifting their focus to business partnering and planning across the entire enterprise. We call this holistic approach business planning and analysis, or BP&A.
So how can your finance team broaden its scope? Brett Benner and Sadaf Majahid from the KPMG Finance Transformation practice point to five key areas for BP&A to work beyond the silos of finance to ensure the business receives the insights and analysis needed to make informed decisions.
Topics addressed include:
- Major considerations for starting a BP&A strategy
- The potential impact a poorly executed BP&A strategy could have on an organization
- Why BP&A should be a leader in the organization and make data “more human”
- How BP&A can be a value creator for the enterprise
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