Danielle Dahlstrom, Anaplan | Omar Aguilar, Deloitte | Michael Puleo, Deloitte | Ed Majors, Deloitte | Ron Dimon, Deloitte
Zero-based budgeting is an approach to achieving sustainable cost management by developing a bottom-up budget directly aligned with the organization’s strategic objectives. In theory, this forces decision makers to continuously look at the organization’s resource allocations with fresh eyes, free from the limitations of past assumptions.
How well does this theory translate into practice? In this webcast, we’ll discuss:
•How to determine if your organization is a good candidate for ZBB, where to start, and how to promote organizational acceptance and avoid technology challenges
•Why a digital approach to ZBB can make the process faster, easier, and more effective
•How Deloitte’s Anaplan-based “ZBB-in-a-box” solution can be deployed to quickly identify, deliver, and sustain cost savings
Danielle has worked in the finance and planning technology industry for over 18 years. Danielle joined Anaplan in 2018 and works with customers in finance as they look to drive differentiation for their organizations leveraging the Anaplan platform.
Omar is the global leader of the Strategic Cost Transformation service offering for Deloitte Consulting LLP, focused on supporting and serving multinationals and local clients across the globe.
Michael is a Managing Director focusing on Strategic Cost Transformation leading more than 20 cost reduction engagements. He has been with Deloitte over 20 years, supporting engagements in manufacturing, consumer products, life sciences, media.
Ed is a Principal in Deloitte’s Enterprise Operations practice. Ed has 20+ years of experience working with companies to design and implement world-class business processes, organizational models, and technology solutions that increase their revenues and profitability
Ron has been designing and implementing EPM and Connected Planning solutions for 18 years. Ron helps clients improve their strategic, financial, and operational performance through better planning, analytics, and decision-making.