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Mr Cem Tanriover
Brussels
Zebrafish International 2011 ©
Transparency in
Economic Validation of Projects
By Capturing Unce...
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2Zebrafish International 2011 ©
‘’ Economic Validation –...
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What is the link ?
Examp...
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4Zebrafish International 2011 ©
How much ? Example ‘’A-C...
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5Zebrafish International 2011 ©
What is important ? Exam...
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What if I go wrong? ‘’Ne...
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7Zebrafish International 2011 ©
Expected Results for A-C...
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8Zebrafish International 2011 ©
Expected Results for Dec...
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9Zebrafish International 2011 ©
Questions ?
Harvard Busi...
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Zebrafish Transparency Project Decision Support Methodolgy

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Zebrafish transparency provides a process for practical, creative resolution of business intelligence inefficiencies or issues that looks for an improved future result. Today the "knowledge revolution" is upon us, but the hearth of this revolution is not the electronic links common in every office. Ironically, while the knowledge revolution is inspired by new information systems, it takes human systems to realise it. This is not because people are reluctant to use information technology. It is because knowledge involves thinking with information. If all we do is increase the circulation of information, we have only addressed one of the components of knowledge. To leverage value-creation-focused knowledge, we need to enhance both thinking and knowledge

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  1. 1. Mr Cem Tanriover Brussels Zebrafish International 2011 © Transparency in Economic Validation of Projects By Capturing Uncertainty
  2. 2. _________________________________________________________________ 2Zebrafish International 2011 © ‘’ Economic Validation – Business Cases’ Familiarisation with the design, creation and communication of Business Case elements with Decision Advisor™ tool developed at Stanford University.  economic key benefit communication via customised design.  better convince Stakeholders with strong (operationally linked) economic arguments.  capturing uncertainty caused by unexpected economic climate changes.
  3. 3. _________________________________________________________________ 3Zebrafish International 2011 © What is the link ? Example ‘’Airport Collaborative Decision Making Project Influence Diagram’’
  4. 4. _________________________________________________________________ 4Zebrafish International 2011 © How much ? Example ‘’A-CDM Undiscounted Cash Flow Analysis’’ M Euros
  5. 5. _________________________________________________________________ 5Zebrafish International 2011 © What is important ? Example ‘’Sensitivity Analysis’’
  6. 6. _________________________________________________________________ 6Zebrafish International 2011 © What if I go wrong? ‘’Net Present Value Variability and Risk’’
  7. 7. _________________________________________________________________ 7Zebrafish International 2011 © Expected Results for A-CDM Business Cases 1) capturing systematically and controlling all economic information at one site. 2) building business project intelligence collectively. 3) entering (unknown or less familiar) uncertain commercial inputs and to measure their impact on cost and benefit expectations. 4) focused and transparent communication about economic benefits. 5) updating and analyzing dynamic business expectations frequently. 6) saving time and manpower. 7) giving higher chance to reach relevant decision-makers attention/buy-in. 8) improving project success.
  8. 8. _________________________________________________________________ 8Zebrafish International 2011 © Expected Results for Decision Makers Harvard Business Review ©
  9. 9. _________________________________________________________________ 9Zebrafish International 2011 © Questions ? Harvard Business Review ©
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