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NEW! Creating a CPM Roadmap
  Find out how to build a CPM roadmap.

NEW! The CPM Scan
  How effective are your organization's CPM processes and systems?
  Balanced Scorecard Budgeting
  Fusing the link between strategy and budgeting.

  Identifying Value Drivers
  A step by step approach to identifying the most potent value drivers in your company.

  Talent Management Strategy
  The "final mile" of CPM is aligning individual goals and incentives with those of the enterprise. Learn how to make this happen in your organization.

  Creating Value Through CPM
  A comprehensive and detailed look at creating a CPM solution to
create value in your company.

  Benchmark Your Planning Process
  An easy to use Excel file that will help you estimate the cost of developing your company’s Annual Plan and compare that cost with national benchmarks. As an added bonus, you may compare the effectiveness of your planning process against the results of 225 other companies.

  Estimating the ROI of Software Solutions
  An article from BPM Magazine that describes a 3 Tier approach to building a business case ROI.

  Best Practices in Planning
  An article that debates the pros and cons of the most popular approaches to better planning (including Rolling Forecasts, Buttonwood VP, Balanced Scorecard, Zero Based Budgeting, and EVA).

  Executive Briefing on World Class Planning
  What does a survey of 225 leading companies reveal about world class planning? Download this article to find out.

  IMA Presentation: CPM and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
  Is CPM just a fleeting corporate philosophy, or is there really something there? This presentation will explain what CPM is, and how it is implemented for tangible results.

  Your Planning Process is Broken!
  How do you know if your planning process is really broken, or just in need of minor tuning? Without good survey data, the argument over the “glass being half full/half empty” will never end. This download will illustrate the types of survey questions asked in a national study. The actual results of this survey can be compared against a cross section of planning participants in your own company.

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