The items below have been developed to support teaching and writing elsewhere on the site.
They normally help to apply the points from a blog article, but could also demonstrate the route to deeper aspects of learning in Finance.
This short guide describes:
1. Why the Finance function is all about driving the performance of the business;
2. The principles behind the way that Finance is expected to drive performance;
3. A framework and approach for Finance to use in driving business performance.Download White Paper Now!
Be intentional about your Finance career with this free workbook, which contains questions designed to guide you to the priorities you need to focus on next in order to move your career forward in the Finance function.
Whether your ambition is to be a CFO, or whether it's just to be as successful as possible, this will help you to think in the right categories for increased confidence, motivation and focus.I want to plan my Finance career!
A 7-day series of emails, guiding you to develop a business-focused, value-adding, action plan for your Finance business partnering activitiesRegister NOW
A spreadsheet template, capturing the key details of your KPIs. This serves as a glossary for report users, as well as forcing you to justify how each measure should be used to track and improve performance.
See this blog article for more context: How to Develop KPIs that More Than Count
This spreadsheet template leads you through a step by step process of collecting information and assessing it to work out Finance business partnering priorities. From that information you should be able to develop a coherent action plan that will get your Finance Business Partners focused on driving business performance.
See this blog article for context: Developing Finance Business Partnering
This short summary ebook is a downloadable pdf, which gives a bullet-point-level, illustrated, step-by-step guide to how to use the value driver tree methodology to discover business value drivers and define KPIs.
Goes with this blog article: How to Define Value Drivers
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