Break Out of Your Forecasting Silo: Secrets to Help You Better Serve Your Nonprofit Organization’s Mission
Tim Breya, SVP of FP&A at NeighborWorks America
Randy Slomian, Senior Solution Specialist, Adaptive Insights
For the finance departments of many nonprofit organizations, forecasting feels like a siloed effort, where you are constantly dealing with multiple sources of truth, causing a lack of transparency and confidence in your numbers.
Successful FP&A professionals for nonprofit organizations are finding ways to break down these silos and work collaboratively with their executives, program managers and board, to achieve alignment and a more trusted forecast.
Please join Tim Breya, Senior Vice President, FP&A at NeighborWorks America to discuss:
- How NeighborWorks America addressed challenges in planning and forecasting that many nonprofit organizations face today
- Emerging trends in dynamic planning and how they positively impact the FP&A teams’ ability to manage cash flow, multiple funds, and grants
- Developing a responsive forecast that promotes agility and frees people’s time to serve your organization’s mission
- Investing in tools and processes that help FP&A become vital to the organization