Thursday | August 3 | Atlanta, GA
Business leaders today are challenged to identify the most cost-effective methods to deliver their activities, programs, and levels of service, while eliminating extraneous expenses that are not aligned with strategy.
With improvements in technology, innovative finance leaders at companies across the globe are bringing back a decades-old methodology, zero-based budgeting (ZBB), to help the business meet this challenge successfully. However, due to a few pre-conceived misconceptions about the complexity of ZBB, many organizations still feel daunted by the idea and often embark on limited-scope, limited-impact projects.
Join Anaplan on August 3 in Atlanta at one of our breakfast briefings to learn more about ZBB. Executives from McKinsey & Company will discuss the myths that are inhibiting ZBB projects from getting started, as well as present the realities of ZBB success based on their experience with enabling the methodology in global companies across many indistries.
|Date:||August 3, 2017|
|Time:||7:30 – 9:00 a.m. EST|
|Location:||Ansley Golf Club – Midtown|
196 Montgomery Ferry Drive NE
Atlanta, GA 30309
Directions to venue
- 7:30 – 8:00 a.m.
- Networking and Breakfast
- 8:00 – 8:45 a.m.
- 8:45 – 9:00 a.m.
Stefan leads the corporate performance management (CPM) technologies capability within Digital McKinsey and focuses on increasing McKinsey client impact through the scale, speed, and sustainability of emerging CPM technologies. Finding more agile ways to deliver and leverage technology at scale has always been his passion, first within CRM with the emergence of platforms like salesforce.com, then within CPM with platforms like Anaplan. As an early enterprise adopter of Anaplan, Stefan was a founding member of Anaplan’s Customer Advisory Board, and primarily focuses on driving applicability in the enterprise space. Since those early days, Stefan has led the implementation of over 20 large-scale Anaplan deployments. he holds a Master’s in Finance from the Norwegian School of Economics and has 17 years of technology delivery experience from consulting and as an IT director at a global CPG.
Shaun is a leader in McKinsey’s zero-based budgeting capability, offering a sustainable approach to reducing costs and building cultures of cost management to drive a company’s strategy and support growth aspirations, with a specific focus on organizational efficiency and effectiveness. He has extensive experience helping clients across industries to implement organizational efficiency and effectiveness efforts (e.g., operating model redesign) in order to deliver the company’s growth strategy and build capabilities. Shaun is also a leader in McKinsey North American Consumer practice, where he has experience serving clients across the Consumer Packaged Goods, Retail, and Consumer Health industries on organizational efficiency and strategy topics.