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Can the Capital Planning Process ever be fixed? - dayone - Issue #13

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Can the Capital Planning Process ever be fixed? - dayone - Issue #13
By Marc Kermisch • Issue #13 • View online
This newsletter is getting out later than I had hoped. Just like the capital planning process, sometimes your priorities have to change and adjust as new demands impact your business. That definitely happened to me this month. However, can the capital planning process ever be fixed? Or some may ask is it actually broken? In my career, I have spent countless hours participating in and improving this process. I have never worked at a company that wasn’t trying to “fix” capital planning. What is your experience? Have you solved the inherent conflicts in the process? I would love to hear from you to build upon the argument outlined in this months article.

Can the Capital Planning Process ever be fixed?
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What I am Reading & Listening Too
Relentless - By Mark Greaney
a16z Podcast - One on One with Marc and Ben on Stitcher
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