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Orchestrating the Mindshift: The Transition from Accounting to FP&A

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Financial planning and analysis has its origins in accounting. For many years, a robust accounting function sufficed for many organizations concerned with preparing a budget, reporting the numbers, and filing SEC documentation. In recent years, organizations realized they needed staff with finance skills to improve forecasting and modeling and to work with the business; FP&A was quickly becoming its own function.

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