The Case for Dynamic Planning: Catalysts for Change
Priorities can change overnight, but traditional planning processes often hold companies back from being able to react quickly. The annual planning cycle can’t easily adapt for change, inhibiting creativity and the flexibility to pursue new opportunities. Siloes between groups, such as finance and EPMOs, further impede agility.
Many companies already struggle with strategic planning, failing to translate strategic objectives into measurable goals, operational roadmaps, and coordinated delivery across the organization. When strategies change, it becomes even harder to reallocate funding, rapidly reprioritize, and realign teams.
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