Tag: Planning

Variances are not ALL bad – just mostly

My criticisms of variance analysis are directed at its use to analyse performance. This shouldn’t be taken to mean that I believe all forms of comparison are invalid. Quite the contrary. A number in isolation signifies nothing. It has to be compared to something else to mean something – the issue is what should it be compared to and what conclusions can be drawn from this? 

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Debate Panellists Announced – 24th October 6:30PM

What an amazing line up for October’s #CFOdebate!

First, we have “Beyond Budgeting” guru and future of finance thought leader and author, Steve Morlidge, to open the night and present his latest thinking on the future of finance and performance management.

And we are excited to announce 3 esteemed panellists, who will join Steve to continue the discussion. Continue reading “Debate Panellists Announced – 24th October 6:30PM”

Next Meet Up – 24th October 2019

Secure your seat at the table!

Finance, Performance and Growth, and why its all wrong…

Get your ticket HERE

What to expect

We champion forward thinking, people and technology opportunities to the Finance and Accounting community.  This is a “plain English”, non-technical forum for CFOs and Finance Professionals to learn, educate, network, partner.

Welcome from Chris Argent followed by our opener;

Steve Morlidge | Former Unilever Finance Change Leader and former chairman of the European Beyond Budgeting Round Table, now thought leader and author challenging the Performance Management status quo

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