Financial planning and analysis (FP&A) encompasses leadership, business acumen, communication, financial modeling, utilization of technology, and the ability to synthesize and present financial information. Adopting these skills and competencies provides finance leaders with the mindset to be better-informed, more future-focused business partners. Join Liz Briggson for an overview of core FP&A traits and activities. We will cover best practices for establishing your annual operating plan and analyzing business performance.
- Recognize the core skills and competencies that facilitate an effective FP&A function
- Identify how FP&A aligns with other core finance functions, including AP and AR
- Recognize the benefits of a comprehensive financial operating plan
- Explore best practices for FP&A cadences and deliverables
Who Should Attend
CPAs, finance leaders, AP leaders.
- Director, Partnerships & Education
Liz is passionate about education and helping people reach their potential.
Liz's corporate finance experience includes progressive finance roles with Kellogg Company, Amway, and Open Systems Technologies. At Amway, Liz was responsible for management reporting for Amway’s portfolio companies and financial planning & analysis for Amway’s finance and executive divisions. Prior to that, Liz served clients in the utilities, insurance, and manufacturing industries in the assurance practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Liz is a licensed CPA in the state of Michigan. She leads Partnerships & Education for Encoursa.
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Date & Time
Tuesday, December 19, 2023
4:00 PM EST (see additional timezones)
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