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How Finance Can Drive Business Performance

Free mini course

Want a structured approach and a framework to help you add value to your business from your position in Finance? This mini-course gives an outline of the framework we use for driving business performance, and outlines an approach to using it. Three 10-page downloadable pdf guides, structured in course format. This should help you in the right direction for the rest of your career. It's our biggest value and most popular free resource!
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How Finance Can Drive Business Performance

Finance Business Partnering Cheat Sheet

Free cheat sheet

This spreadsheet template leads you through a step by step process of collecting information and assessing it to work out Finance business partnering priorities. From that information you should be able to develop a coherent action plan that will get your Finance Business Partners focused on driving business performance.
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KPI Catalogue Template

Free spreadsheet template

A spreadsheet template, capturing the key details of your KPIs. This serves as a glossary for report users, as well as forcing you to justify how each measure should be used to track and improve performance.
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KPI Catalogue Template

The Short Guide to Defining Value Drivers

Free short summary ebook

This short summary ebook is a downloadable pdf, which gives a bullet-point-level, illustrated, step-by-step guide to how to use the value driver tree methodology to discover business value drivers and define KPIs.
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The Short Guide to Defining Value Drivers