You’re six months into your year. Every budget-to-actual report is a litany of variances that show your company lacks the gift of prophecy. Things are not turning out like you budgeted six months ago. This is why some companies have switched to rolling budgets, also known as rolling forecasts and continuous budgeting.
In this video, I’ll:
- Define what rolling forecasts are and how they can help you improve company performance
- Explain different types of forecasts so you can decide which is best for you
- Identify the pros and cons of rolling forecasts to help you decide if they are right for you
- Reveal which types of companies benefit most from rolling budgets