Originally Posted by BucEyedPea
I noticed you used the past tense and omitted profit.
I don't know what you're trying to say, but I really resent what I think you're implying here. I didn't omit profit. A P&L is a profit/loss. I don't currently own a P&L because I am involved in strategic planning now. That doesn't mean I don't have regular meetings with leadership on my budget, how I'm spending it, and making sure every last dollar is measured. I work with analytics experts all the time. I can promise you that their analytics require a LOT more discipline than just looking at pure profit of a project.