The Traits of Highly Agile Companies
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Agility is flexibility in a company’s operations, a mindset open to change, and the capability for action to take advantage of changing circumstances. This may be framed as the ability to take advantage of opportunities or resilience against negative stimuli, such as recessions, COVID, supply-chain disruptions and instability.
For the 2022 FP&A survey, Measuring Agility in FP&A, underwritten by Workday, AFP asked practitioners about key elements that allow a finance team to be agile: environmental monitoring, finance operational flexibility, supporting technology, organizational structure and the cultural mindset. In this webinar, members of the FP&A advisory council parse the survey results and discuss how companies can create proactive agility.
- Learn about the definition of agility and explore its key elements.
- Identify the traits of the most agile respondents and examine how these traits impact corporate culture.
This recording was originally delivered as a live event on Thursday, December 8, 2022 and is now available to you as a convenient and cost-effective way to support your learning and development while also earning CTP, CCM and/or FPAC credits.
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Bryan Lapidus, FPACDirector, FP&A PracticeAFP
Jenn ZinschlagPartnerArtemis Executive Search
Mario Vasquez, MBA, FPACFinancial DirectorThe E.W. Scripps Company
Frank Chou, CTP, FPACSenior Manager, Financial Planning and AnalysisEVgo