Recent news and insights to keep you up to date and on track—a successful push to profitability, the importance of culture, managing forecasting risk, and more.
"At some point, cost cutting can be counterproductive, starving a company of new sources of growth and undermining performance over the long term."
By: The Center Team
It’s an ideal time to get everyone on the same page and transform your budget into a strategic tool that helps your team achieve more.
By: Naveen Singh
The set-it-and-forget-it approach to budgeting leads to old data, bad habits, and inefficient uses of resources, when instead, budgets should be the tool companies use to put their strategic plans to work.
So what should companies do to modernize their budgeting?
While it might be a little early for budget-oriented New Year's resolutions, the last three months of 2017 are the ideal time to update your budget processes.
Recent news and insights to keep you up to date and on track—why cash flow matters more than profit, debunking common budgeting myths, and more.
Done right, budgets provide strategic insights and operational focus, but most budgets today are static, cumbersome, and out-of-date.
Discretionary spending most likely isn’t a line item in your budget, but it can have a surprisingly big impact on your bottom line.
The five key ways that top finance leaders add strategic value to their organizations, and how they can inspire more proactive budgeting.
At CenterCard, we see spending differently. Here’s what we believe and why.
Center CEO Naveen Singh explains the fundamental disconnect between strategy and spend and introduces CenterCard.