Four Ways Forecasting Goes Wrong
Only 1% of organizations achieve 90% forecasting accuracy 30 days out. Here's why.
Cost Management: The Least Glamorous, Most Important Task
There are four key attributes to an effective cost management process.
IT Operational Budgets Barely Increasing
Slowing corporate revenues mean increases of only about 2% in company IT budgets, according to the latest Computer Economics survey.
T&E Expense Management Made Easy
Six articles on travel and entertainment expense management, how T&E impacts your bottom line, and why you need automation.
U.S. Budget Deficit at Lowest Level Since 2009
The fiscal 2015 shortfall represents only 2.5% of the economy, reflecting increased collection of taxes and higher corporate profits.
Financial Planning and Budgeting: The Finance Executive’s Guide
Is your forecast holding you back? Five of our most popular articles on core finance concerns.
G&A Cost Management, Reimagined
The nature of overhead costs has changed markedly in recent years, demanding a rethinking of how they're understood and managed.
Why Big Projects Go Bad
Two key mistakes: getting time and cost estimates from project advocates, and evaluating big projects like small ones.
Eleven Contingency-Planning Tips
CFOs should note that plans must be tied to budget and performance goals, and that fast action means better results.