No matter how accurate your forecasts, the rigid nature of static forecasts means they quickly become out of date. This leads to missed goals and may encourage sandbagging and other bad habits.
Plus, keeping forecasts up-to-date requires professionals like you to spend too much time manually updating information in large spreadsheets which can be tedious and error-prone.
However, developing an active forecast model is more likely to deliver the transparent and relevant information needed to predict financial outcomes.
Join this program as we discuss tips for developing forecast models, including: