During unanticipated macroeconomic crises, finance leaders have to rethink budgeting. Among the best-known alternatives to traditional top- and bottom-down budgeting include those that rely on drivers, rolling forecasts, or, in the case of a zero-based approach, cost justifications with each new budget.

As economic conditions affect different business units in myriad ways, finance leaders are applying these approaches to their balance sheet and cash flow budgets, and optimizing working capital from receivables and payables to hit their goals.

By attending this webinar, you will learn:

  • How rolling forecasts, driver-based budgeting, and zero-based budgeting differ from traditional budgeting
  • Which budgeting methods are right for your business
  • How to achieve your working capital budget goals by optimizing payables and receivables


Ross Sanderson

Vice President of FP&A
Canary Medical

Joe Yusko

Vice President of Financial Planning Analysis and Asset Management
Redwood Living

Field of Study:Finance



Advance Preparation:None required

Delivery Method:Group Internet-based

Recommended CPE Credit(s):1

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