The Transition from Accounting to FP&A Screen Shot 2023-03-09 at 10.58.11 AM

Financial planning and analysis (FP&A) is growing more and more attractive to accounting personnel for good reasons. FP&A has fewer regulations to follow, making it less of a bureaucratic maze, and, for the right person, the intellectual challenge of forecasting and planning and the opportunity to impact the direction of the company is appealing. This guide lays out the differences and steps needed to make the change from accounting to FP&A and what skills are needed to make it successful. 
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Agility in FPA CoverAFP FP&A Survey: Measuring Agility in FP&A

Underwritten by Workday
There are key concerns from the FP&A community about the continuing unsettled business landscape and the need for proactive monitoring, flexible financial operations, meaningful data and open-minded team culture. How does FP&A navigate shifting economic trends in a quickly changing world. Key findings from the survey show that agile leaders reforecast faster, are more likely to use scenario planning, and rank “agility” as a high priority.
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The AFP FP&A Handbook, underwritten by Jedox. Download to learn the who, what and why of FP&A.  Download the guide.


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