In times of extreme uncertainty, finance teams will perform "what if" analysis (or sensitivity analysis) rather than traditional forecasting which is based on only a single set of assumptions. But such analysis falls short in helping the business make decisions.
Instead, finance leaders should rely on scenario planning to prepare and improve decision making. Download the research to learn:
- Downfalls of sensitivity analysis
- The benefits of scenario planning
- 5 ways to practically apply principles of scenario planning