Learn how to adjust to thrive and not just survive in The New Normal. FP&A teams will have to make adjustments to processes including people, process, culture, and technology to adapt.

Confronting a historic level of uncertainty has rendered traditional methods of data analytics, forecasting, and scenario planning all but useless. Predictions for the return to business-as-usual, as far as scope and scale, remain wide-ranging. The old approach to the FP&A function is coming up short in an unprecedented crisis, but there is a path forward.

Join us for a discussion to understand what steps FP&A teams need to take to truly gain “Speed to Insight at the Speed of Thought”.

This session will address:

- What will the New Normal look like for data analytics, forecasting and scenario planning?
- When does this New Normal arrive?
- How do companies build a culture of analytics to develop and act on business insights?
- How do we get to business insights faster?

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Brian Kalish Kalish Consulting
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In addition to Brian’s robust consulting and advisory practice, he is available as a public speaker addressing many of the most topical issues facing Treasury and FP&A professionals today. He has spoken all over the world to audiences both large and small. He also writes in a regular basis. He is an Expert-in-Residence (EIR) at eCapital Advisors, headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Brian is passionately committed to building and connecting the global FP&A community. He continues to host FP&A Roundtables and events in North America, Europe, Asia and South America. He is a Senior Executive Advisor at the NeuGroup located in NYC Brian is also an Adjunct Professor at Florida International University (FIU) in Miami, Florida. Former Executive Director – Global FP&A Practice at AFP He has over 25 years experience in Finance, FP&A, Treasury and Investor Relations. Prior to joining AFP, he held a number of treasury and finance positions with the FHLB, Washington Mutual/JP Morgan, NRUCFC, Fifth Third and Fannie Mae. Brian attended Georgia Tech, in Atlanta, GA for his undergraduate studies and the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech for his graduate work. In 2014, Brian was awarded the Global Certified Corporate FP&A Professional designation.