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May 24, 2018

Linda A. MacDonald, Finance Manager at Quadrant Health Strategies, Inc​

Linda MacDonald received her MBA from Salem State University in 1996. Since then, she has worked in Finance in global companies and is revered as a highly motivated, enthusiastic, finance professional with strong analytical and business acumen. Over the years, Linda has honed her financial analysis, budgeting, forecasting, and reporting skillsets. What sets Linda apart is her exceptional leadership style, which is based on the merits of promoting teamwork, innovation, and encouraging others in the workplace. Linda strongly believes in continuous learning and development that creates a culture of empowering employees.

LinkedIn account: www.linkedin.com/in/lindamacdonald/

The FP&A professional’s part in leadership is vital and important to the decision-making process and direction of your business.  Make it your mission to...

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May 17, 2018

By Lance Rubin, Cashflow Financial Modeler and Finance Innovator,  and Igor Panivko, CFO of Konika Minolta

Although there are some substantial differences between Financial Modelling and Predictive Analytics, both help us cope with uncertainties and make better decisions.

May 9, 2018

By Niels Van Hove, Mental Toughness Coach & Supply Chain Consultant 

Many experts agree that IBP has a monthly check and balance with the budget and the strategic intentions of a business. Therefore, a well-executed IBP cycle will provide...

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May 2, 2018

Dean Sorensen, Founder of IBP Collaborative

The cost of complexity can be significant – upwards of 5% of sales in global organizations. Forward-thinking FP&A leaders can play a significant role in realizing this...

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February 23, 2018

By Karl Kern, Founder/President, Kern Analytics LLC

How can an FP&A practitioner assess the effectiveness of financial reporting processes?  This article describes five tips that could be used in order to establish a...

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February 22, 2018

There is no point on aimlessly analysing data in the hope that something will jump out at you.  It won’t and all that you will do is waste vast quantities of time and effort.  ...

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