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Get Rhythm. The Operating Cadence of Integrated Business Planning - Frequently Asked Questions

Get Rhythm. The Operating Cadence of Integrated Business Planning - Frequently Asked Questions

Get Rhythm. The Operating Cadence of Integrated Business Planning - Frequently Asked Questions
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Authors: Eric Deutsch & Timm Reiher

Does Your IBP Process Have Rhythm or Arrhythmia?

When Integrated Business Planning does not yield the expected results, look at the schedule and cadence of the process.

In this new white paper, Eric Deutsch and Timm Reiher answer frequently asked questions about the cadence of IBP.

You will learn:

  • The typical review meeting schedule
  • What can happen when reviews are skipped or combined
  • The disadvantages of conducting IBP quarterly instead of monthly

After reading this white paper, you will be able to assess the rhythm of your IBP process and whether improvements are needed.

If your company is just starting to operate IBP, you will know the cadence pitfalls to avoid in designing the IBP process.

 

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