Before you prepare forecasts, you must determine what scenarios you’re planning for, especially if you expect the future will be very different from the past. The assumptions and priorities that underlie these scenarios have implications for every part of your business.

To ensure you know what scenarios to plan for, you need visibility into essential details about your business, particularly those concerning payables and receivables.

By attending this webinar, you will learn:

  • Why scenario planning must precede forecasting
  • What details, including those about payables and receivables, are essential for scenario planning
  • How to determine what scenarios to plan for
  • How to collaborate effectively on scenario planning with other areas of your business
  • How to adapt scenarios as conditions change


Priya Gupta

Vice President Finance

Daniel Menudier

Vice President Finance

Field of Study:Finance



Advance Preparation:None required

Delivery Method:Group Internet-based

Recommended CPE Credit(s):1

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