FP&A Guru. Learn from thought leaders
Introducing the FP&A Guru series of workshops
The increasing importance of the FP&A function is a sign of how critical information management skills are to modern businesses. Organisations have invested heavily in their information infrastructure over the last decade and now have a wealth of reliable data. This enables them to measure, plan and run businesses ways that were hitherto impossible. Strong specialist teams of information professionals are required to exploit this potential and they need to be equipped with a higher level and a wider range of knowledge and skills than traditional professional qualifications provide.
The FP&A Guru series of workshops help close the knowledge gap. They provide practitioners with insights from the world recognised FP&A experts into the latest thinking in this area and the guidance on how to put them to use in the workplace.
The inaugural one-day workshop on Mastering Business Forecasting will take place on the 2nd of November 2016 in Central London.
Steve Morlidge: a world recognised forecasting expert, author of the books ‘Future Ready’ and 'The Little Book of Beyond Budgeting'.
Steve Morlidge has 30 years of practical experience in designing and running financial performance management systems in Unilever, including three years as the lead of a global change project. He is a former chairman of the European Beyond Budgeting Round Table and now works as a public speaker and trainer, drawing on his years of experience at the leading edge of performance management thought and practice.
Steve Morlidge has recently published Future Ready: How to Master Business Forecasting, John Wiley, 2010, and is a visiting fellow at Cranfield University, Bedfordshire, UK. Morlidge is on the editorial board of Foresight, a forecasting practitioner’s journal published by the International Institute of Forecasting to which he regularly contributes. He is also a cofounder of CatchBull, a supplier of forecasting performance management software.
Steve Morlidge has a PhD from Hull Business School in Yorkshire, UK focusing on the application of systems concepts to the design of complex organizations. He completed his BA with honors, and he is a qualified management accountant (CIMA).