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CGN Execution Model

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  • 1. Business Performance Consulting www.cgn.net Enabling the Desired Results focus on establish goals priorities design roadmap simulate determine & forecast vision outcomes IDENTIFY EXECUTING BASICS FORMULATE A C H I E V I N G R E S U LT S gain IMPLEMENT create competitive advantage & validate execution model move utilize forward with in-flight checks precision to improve
  • 2. Execution Management Results BEFORE AFTER > Analysis of Complex Engine Interactions Excessive levels of rework and information dissemination Product development time was reduced 20 to 25% with for Project Design deficiencies resulted in missed project deadlines. optimal resource utilization and a substantial cost reduction. > Business Plan Development Support Evaluation of service expansion to deliver increased value to Developed a decision support system (simulation model) the company and its customers. that allows the customer to make informed decisions on the portfolio of initiatives that will provide the highest ROI. > Engineering Drawings Conversion Project Design Conversion from 2D engineering drawings to 3D Pro-E models A comprehensive project design identified the appropriate with limited visibility into team structures, communication, team structure (by skill set and role), project schedule, and coordination, costs, and project management structures. cost estimates allowing for a successful conversion. > Product Platform Cost Analysis and Reduction Reduce costs by approximately 3.5% of the product’s normal A portfolio of cost reduction projects with associated plant cost. timelines and a line of sight for two subsequent fiscal years resulted in the customer beating their target by 50 basis points. > Execution Management for Challenges in executing a multi-generational, multi-year, and Creation of ‘decision enabling tools’ resulted in an improve- New Product Introduction Program multi-team global product development program including: risk ment of 15-20% in time to market. management, new technology, and new program content. > Marketing Talent Implementation Office Improve the ability to develop and retain marketing talent to Streamlined project plans including strategy and governance meet the company’s present and future needs at a global level. were developed which resulted in 100% success of post pilot phases. > Operations Implementation Office Projects lacked consistent goals, accurate timelines, and The implementation office aligned directly with the division’s forecasted budgets causing a continual ‘fire drill’ approach to business directives and 85% of the projects were executed solving issues within the organization and stagnation in new on time, within budget (a 60% improvement). idea generation. > Rental Portfolio Management Rapid growth caused quality issues. A portfolio management solution that addressed change and communication resulted in a first year ROI of over 200%. © 2006 CGN, Inc.

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