Employee Engagement as a Business Strategy
This eBook explores a new way to look at an old-standard: how a collaborative budgeting process (one in which employees are empowered to make, and be held accountable, for important decisions) can be a valuable business strategy for fostering a culture of innovation and employee engagement.
Multiplayer Game: Making Multi-participant Budgeting Work
When it comes to budgeting, CFOs and finance staff are clearly the experts. That said, many organizations engage a variety of employees and departments in the process. This AFP Exchange Magazine article presents finance teams with best practices and strategies for successful multi-participant budgeting.
In Harmony: Collaborative Strategic Budgeting for Fiscal Stability
Featuring case studies and interviews with XLerant customers – this Business Officer Magazine article provides financial leaders with a cross-industry look at how three higher education institutions are innovating to achieve a forward-thinking culture, and tying their budgets to the strategic plan.Read more
Mission Driven: Budgeting Success in Nonprofits & Associations
For mission-driven nonprofits, the path to sustainability is not an easy one. Many of the challenges in the nonprofit sector are unique, requiring innovative strategies and solutions while navigating a lot of complexity. This white paper breaks it down to key issues that can have a significant impact.Read more
When Budgeting is a Team Sport…
5 Winning Strategies for Multi-participant Budgeting. A well-executed collaborative budgeting process has been proven to return a more accurate budget with increased ownership from participants. Download this eBook for the top tips for a successful (painless) implementation!Read more
Decision Point: When Is the Right Time to Leave Excel?
Avoiding the Potential Pitfalls of Collaborative Budgeting
The benefits of a collaborative budgeting approach (more accurate numbers and forecasts, a culture of teamwork and accountability…) far outweigh the challenges. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t potential pitfalls! This eBook addresses key issues for the practical application of “collaborative” budgeting.Read more
The Finance Executive’s Guide to Ease-of-use
Ease-of-use: The Next Business Requirement
Nationally-recognized BPM expert: Craig Schiff, offers his perspective on software selection. Finance executives from Hunt Companies and Northwood University share their experience evaluating & implementing a new BPM solution — including the role ease-of-use played in their purchase consideration.
Sizing Up Zero-Based Budgeting
A closer look at this promising alternative to traditional fiscal planning. Zero-based budgeting (ZBB) can be a game changer for companies and institutions looking for sustainability or innovative ways to achieve a competitive edge. Examine the pros and cons of this approach to determine if ZBB is right for you!Read more