Data-driven FP&A: the tip of the iceberg.

Part 3 of the 'FP&A and the three-headed serpent' series. The data you deal with, is the tip of the iceberg. The major part of data processing is the part that is hidden beneath the water. And this is also the place of origin of all the data quality issues. You do not have...

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Why should FP&A be data-driven?

Part 2 of the 'FP&A and the three-headed serpent' series. There are three main challenges that FP&A currently dealing with. Data is the first component and is the blood of the whole process. Nowadays, everyone is talking about...

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FP&A and the three-headed serpent: The power dilemma.

Part 1 of the 'FP&A and the three-headed serpent' series. How far can you go with improving your FP&A practices? Recently, I have encountered a paper by Prophix where the authors are...

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‘Let’s speak the same language…’

‘Let’s speak the same language’, was once said at the Amsterdam FP&A Board. Do you know what your FP&A Colleagues meant with this expression? And do you also find it

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FP&A: Advanced analytics & Software solutions

Once in a while I spot interesting discussions on Advanced Analytics and FP&A, online and among my colleagues. And each time I keep wondering: “How can I apply it? Which

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Making sense of Data-related roles

What are Data-related roles? If you do a search on Google, you will most probably get a long list of roles, such as Creator, Consumer, User, Owner, Steward, Collector, Analyser

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FP&A: What data do I own?

A couple of weeks ago I joined the meeting of the Amsterdam FP&A Board where we discussed the subject of the FP&A analytical transformation. In the course of the meeting

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FP&A: Maturity model and Data management.

As promised in one of my previous articles, let us go deeper into the relationship between FP&A and Data management (DM) and see how Data management enriches your FP&A role

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FP&A: everything twists around data

...or Why all FP&A Roads go to Data management. Even if for the last six years I have been specialising in Data management, I still follow (thanks to the FP&A

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Am I a successful Data Manager?

We, data management professionals, are lucky. There are plenty of well-developed international standards in place, like COBIT, TOGAF, and of course DAMA-DMBOK. Internet provides numerous articles and endless advice on the subjects.

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