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    • Business Slides Reference Pack This is a collection of pre-built slides. All slides are actual slides created by strategy consultants for executive presentations. However, identifying and confidential information has been removed. The purpose of these slides is to illustrate various slide designs and diagramming techniques; and can be used as templates for your own business presentations.
    • 4 CRAFT The Initiative MAP The Initiative MEASURE The Initiative DESCRIPTION Initial pool of 40-50 initiatives Final identification of 20 core initiatives • The initial phase is to identify and craft all the strategic initiatives collected from HR, XYZ, Finance, Marketing… • For each initiative, 5 key types of questions will be answered through a structured template: Who? What? How? Where? When? • This exercise will help weed out those initiatives that should not be further evaluated at this point in time • In the second phase, we will map our initiatives to the 6 strategic objectives of CompanyX: • New Product Development • Channel • Global Expansion • Continuous Improvement • Brand • Innovation • We will also identify which initiatives are organic versus inorganic in nature • This phase will also serve as a filter of initiatives which will have little bearing on CompanyX’s overall strategic goals • By the final phase, we will have identified the 20 or so core initiatives for CompanyX to act upon • We will measure these initiatives by assessing its impact on the 3 pillars of Operational Excellence, Innovation Strategy, and Customer Intimacy Strategy • We will balance the initiatives according to CompanyX’s overall goals of impacting these 3 pillars Initiative Where? Who? What? How? When? 1 2 3 Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 7 Option 2 – Fast Track Scenarios Devices Current Data Analysis Coverage Quality of Service Features Plans Validation Workshop 1 week 1 day Requirements Analysis / RFP Development A B CScenario A: Initial Analysis Scenario B: Partial Analysis Scenario C: Complete Analysis Duration 2-week analysis (3-week total) 3-week analysis (4-week total) 4-week analysis (5- week total) Complete Partial (depends on speed of reXXXnse from carriers) Complete Partial (depends on speed of reXXXnse from carriers) Complete Partial (depends on speed of reXXXnse from carriers) Partial (depends on speed of reXXXnse from carriers) Complete Partial (depends on speed of reXXXnse from carriers) Partial (depends on speed of reXXXnse from carriers) CompleteCompleteComplete 2-4 weeks (depending on comprehensiveness of analysis) Current Data Analysis will focus on collection, understanding, and analysis of wireless information CompanyX already has gathered internally—this will drive decisions around whether an RFI is necessary We are proposing a 1-day Validation Workshop to leverage the full knowledge base of CompanyX’s wireless team (from corporate and DeptX) and to gain alignment and clear understanding of the tactical plan for sourcing wireless Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 10 July 2006 Contract Tariffs with Generous Allocation of Free Voice Calls Anytime/Any Network Minutes Discounts on Rentals to Encourage Post-pay Adoption Stop-the-Clock at no Extra Charge Friends and Family Bundles Free Weekends for Users with High Consumption during the Week SimplifiedPricingBundles 3.4 million Subscribers 3.1 million Subscribers 0.7 million Subscribers 1.5 million Subscribers Contract Pre-Pay August 2006 September 2006 October 2006 Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 13 Sales Process Flow & Department XXXXXs Demand Generation Prospect Identification and Qualification Solution Deployment and Customization Contract Finalization Implementation and Deployment Support Each of the 6 stages of the Sales Process Flow has uniquely identified Objectives, Customer Target Audience, Key Steps and Activities, Roles, and Tools. The Sales Process is meant to be used in conjunction with department-specific XXXXXs. Cardio/PulmGINICU Finance Materials Mgmt RT ICUORED Each Department XXXXX provides a summary of the following: Key Department Challenges: Pressing issues and concerns faced by the department Value Created by XXXXXXX : How XXXXXXX addresses and remediates the key challenges Application of SpCo, SpMet & SpXX by Department: Tabulation of the parameters and parameter benefits that apply to this apartment, along with identification of parameter priority and key benefits Key Messages for the Salesforce: List of key messages that should resonate the most with department audience Hospital Departments While the Sales Process Flow provides high level guidance on how to engage with the customer, the XXXXXs provide department-tailored messaging and talking points. Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 16 16 Proprietary & Confidential The Pricing Model is an analytical tool for people to apply their wisdom and knowledge on information and data to make informed business decisions around… Pricing Policy Existing Products New Product Development • TIERING • What is the financial impact if we standardize tiers? • What should the tier thresholds be? • To minimize supply chain impact • What should the tier prices be? • To maximize profitability • COMPETITIVE POSITIONING • How are we positioned… • Across the account? Across the channel? • To the customer? To the consumer? • BRANDING • What is the consumer’s perception of our brand? • How do we adjust pricing to alter our brand perception? • FINANCIAL IMPACT • How price sensitive are our consumers? • How do we maximize profitability? • How do we maximize penetration? • COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE • Where are the gaps and opportunities in the marketplace? • What product category should FM focus on? • GO-TO-MARKET STRATEGY • What should the pricing be for the product? • Do we choose market skimming or market penetration? • How price sensitive do we believe our customers to be? • What product kits should be a new product be coupled with? 1 2 3 Information & raw data Analytical Tools Wisdom & Knowledge Informed Decisions Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 19 Contents Assorted of miscellaneous slides/diagrams—includes bell curves, funnel diagrams, process flows, and more Slides showing conclusions or findings—both financial and qualitative examples are shown One of the most intuitive and comprehensive ways to present information visually is through the use of matrices or tables Slides that include a wide assortment of diagrams presenting both quantitative and qualitative data—includes bubble charts, waterfall charts, radar charts, and more Slides that illustrate the approach taken for an initiative or engagement— typically uses Chevron Diagrams and Gantt Charts Miscellaneous Conclusions Matrix / Tables Data Presentation Approach This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 22 Comments XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx XXXX XXXX xxxx xxxx XXxx XXxx What Customers Value in XXXXX Q: What factors are most important for XXXX? 1 2 3 4 5 • Patient Care & Safety If the technology proves to be efficacious and improves patient safety, then cost will be a limited factor. • Hospital Efficiency • Hospital Financial Impact • Ease of Use • Clinical Necessity • Customer Support & Training Least Important Most Important Interview feedback: XXXX XXX XX X. Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 25 15 15 3 1 xXXXx XXxx Voice Email Operators in Japan have priced emails at significantly lower levels than voice calls… Voice Price Per Minute (Yen) and Cost for a Short Email (Yen), Select Japanese Mobile Operators a 130 135 140 145 150 155 160 165 170 175 Sep- 04 Dec- 04 Mar- 05 Jun- 05 Sep- 05 Dec- 05 Mar- 06 Jun- 06 Sep- 06 Dec- 06 Mar- 07 KDDI NTT DoCoMo Monthly Mobile Minutes of Usage for Operators in Japan, Minutes, September 2004 – March 2007 15 5 XXXX XXXX Cost of a short email of around 20 characters Maximum cost of an email of around 100 characters Number of emails for the cost of one minute voice call …resulting in decline in voice usage Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 28 Snapshot of Select Network Outsourcing Deals, Europe, 1999-2007 22% 50% 22% 2009 2010 2011 Percentage of Deals Where Operators Have Outsourced Both Access and Core, Europe, 2005–H1 2007 Fixed-line OperatorMobile operator Operator’s Country Access +TransXXXsion 1999- 2001 2002- 2004 1999- 2001 2002- 2004 2005- 2006 2005- 2006 Netherlands Telfort Austria Telering Bulgaria Vivatel Sweden 3GIS Netherlands KPN Spain Yoigo Netherlands Orange Germany E-PlusBelgium Mobistar Poland Netia Belgium BASE Italy 3 France Bouygues Switzerland Orange Spain Orange Access + TransXXXsion + Core Spain Amena UK BT Netherlands VENDORA Slovenia Tusmobi l Germany Vodafon e Spain Vodafon e Turkey Vodafone UK 3 Netherlands Vodafone H1 2007 H1 2007 Poland Switzerland Sunrise Switzerlan d In & Phone Belgium BT Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 31 Size Indicates the Market Share in the Country of Operation Complexity of Network Levelofoutsourcing Bharti Brasil telecom KPN TNZ Teliasonera international E-Plus Tele.ring Orange Netherlands 3 Italy 3 UK Vodafone Netherlands BT Global Services Mobistar Netia du BASE Market Challengers Growth Seekers Efficiency SeekersExperimenters Telemar Fixed Line Players More than half of total deals have been signed by lower tier operators to effectively challenge incumbents: • These players seek to concentrate on customer- centric functions, in absence of financial muscle to compete with incumbents In emerging markets, Tier 1 operators are growth-seekers that outsource their networks to achieve high scalability in operations and resources: This helps them to focus more on increasing their growth in terms of number of subscribers and in developing newer services Large players in developed economies selectively outsource functions to bring in process efficiencies and cut costs: Stagnant revenues have induced operators to seek process automation to improve service quality through network outsourcing to defend their market share Mobile Players Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 3434 Business Need & Value Proposition Slide Companies are now adopting BPO as a strategic tool for process and business transformation. Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) Definition BPO, the management of Finance & Accounting, Customer Care, Procurement/Supply Chain, Residual Payment Process, HR, or other business processes to an external service provider— is evolving dramatically. A proven approach to cost savings and improved productivity, BPO is becoming a strategic tool for process and business transformation. Reasons for BPO • Reasons companies decide to buy BPO and other outsourcing services Reduce costs Focus more on core competencies Support growth Access best practices Drive innovation Improve process visibility & integration 68.2% 22.7% 9.1% 4.5% 4.5% 0% Results for BPO BPO Drives Operational Excellence BPO Fuels Growth and Innovation BPO Enables Business Transformation • BPO address a number of long-running business challenges to achieving operational excellence, e.g. unrealized potential of enterprise systems • BPO allows for focus and investments on core strengths • Results in driving better return on capital across the organization • Allows companies to leverage proven experience of BPO provider to bring about transformational change in organization • BPO is a strategy for generating significant savings and process improvements Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 37 Contents Assorted of miscellaneous slides/diagrams—includes bell curves, funnel diagrams, process flows, and more Slides showing conclusions or findings—both financial and qualitative examples are shown One of the most intuitive and comprehensive ways to present information visually is through the use of matrices or tables Slides that include a wide assortment of diagrams presenting both quantitative and qualitative data—includes bubble charts, waterfall charts, radar charts, and more Slides that illustrate the approach taken for an initiative or engagement— typically uses Chevron Diagrams and Gantt Charts Miscellaneous Conclusions Matrix / Tables Data Presentation Approach This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 40 $ 0.3317$ 0.3934$ 2.6617> COST PER MINUTE FOR INT’L 11,19930,902Total International Minutes $ 4,405$ 82,252Total Cost for International $ 0.4766$ 0.6911$ 0.5652$ 1.4643> COST PER MINUTE FOR ROAMING 2,68658,09567,265Total Roaming Minutes $ 1,856$ 32,835$ 98,498Total Cost for Roaming $ 0.0134$ 0.0558$ 0.0159$ 0.0044> COST PER MINUTE 1,497,87520,329,77219,886,573Total Minutes $ 25.5080$ 60.58$ 30.25$ 36.86> COST PER LINE (per month) 1,38110,6553,853Total Number of Voice Lines $ 334,610$ 1,611,543$ 710,086Total Voice Cost VENDORAVENDORZVENDORYVENDORX Spend Analysis Summary – Voice Spend BASED ON HISTORICAL SPEND BASED ON CompanyX INVOICES BASED ON BENCHMARKS BENCHMARK DATA Benchmarks forecasted for ~15,500 line volume $0.011 - $0.017 $0.477 - $1.061 $0.205 - $0.794 Within benchmarks Within benchmarks Higher than BMs VENDORY actuals are within expected benchmarks Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 43 XXXXXXX Economic and Clinical Benefits Even though more benefits have been identified for COXX and MetXX than for TotalXX, TotalXX testing is the most pervasive across departments. Departments AffectedTotalMetCOName of Benefit Reduce XXX2 Costs Lab Headcount Avoidance Reduce Blood Bags Avoid Risk from Invasive Tests Reduce Adverse Drug Effects Avoid Unnecessary Treatments Reduction of Invasive Tests Reduction of LOrgXS Increase Inpatient Throughput Increase ED Throughput CPT Reimbursement ED, ICU, NICU, GI Lab, Resp/Pulm, RT Hematology Lab Only ED, OR, ICU, NICU, GI Lab, Cardio/Pulm ED, ICU, NICU, GI Lab, Cardio/Pulm, RT ICU, GI Lab, Cardio/Pulm, RT ED, ICU, GI Lab, Cardio/Pulm, RT All Departments ED ICU, GI Lab, Cardio/Pulm, RT ED ED Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 46 Retail Analysis – Comparison of Theft Prevention Methods Positive Attributes of Theft Prevention Method Theft Prevention Method Physical Contact with Product No need for Sales Associate No lag time at (self) checkout Confi- dence in Inventory Protection of packaging Lack of Product XXX- placemen t Flexible product place- ments Support for corrugate displays Ability for product bundling Not labor intensive No theft prevention EAS Tag (Only) Keeper Anti-Sweep Empty Box Behind Counter Behind Glass XXXXX Technology XXXXX Technology will be the only method that can prevent internal theft . (because XXXXX is in place even in the backroom). Gaps filled by XXXXX Technology Gaps filled by XXXXX Technology Definition: High (can thwart theft almost completely), Low (minimal prevention of threat), Medium (effective method, but workarounds exist) Ability to Prevent Theft Internal Theft External Theft Low Low Low Low Low High Low High Low High Low Low Medium High High High Up to 75% of retail theft believed to be internal Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 49 Executive Summary – Findings Summary Of all packaged media products, games will experience the biggest benefit, as these higher-valued products will be taken from Behind Glass. Studio Replicator Publisher Wholesaler/ Distributor Retailer Along the Supply Chain, Retailers enjoy the most benefit: Benefit Studios and Publishers derive some benefit Retailers derive the most benefit from XXXXX Technology • Different products enjoy different types of benefit—e.g. games will experience sales lift (up to 10% at some retailers), XYZ behind keepers will experience cost reduction (from decrease in keeper costs, labor costs, etc.) • This is driven by the current theft prevention strategy in use at the retail store At the retail level, different products will experience different benefits: XXXXX Technology has many advantages over existing methods: • XXXXX Technology is the most effective means of filling the theft prevention gaps of the Behind Glass and Behind Counter methods (which are hindering potential sales) • XXXXX Technology is the only method that prevents internal retail theft (assumed to be up to 75% of theft at retail) Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 5252 Executive Summary Current manual tax processes are… Costly Inefficient Risky Tax compliance and provisioning services (e.g. external CPA tax service) are expensive (at an average of $175/hour) These are recurring annual costs Manual processes are inefficient Lack of transparency of data Lack of business analytics of data—to achieve additional tax savings There is the risk of reinventing the process each year Manual processes are prone to human error and lack of standardization Automation of tax processes result in… Immediate cost savings Simplified processes Enhanced capabilities 1 2 3 The automation of tax processes provides immediate cost savings, as well as incremental savings as the Tax Analytics tool calculates additional tax savings. Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 55 Contents Assorted of miscellaneous slides/diagrams—includes bell curves, funnel diagrams, process flows, and more Slides showing conclusions or findings—both financial and qualitative examples are shown One of the most intuitive and comprehensive ways to present information visually is through the use of matrices or tables Slides that include a wide assortment of diagrams presenting both quantitative and qualitative data—includes bubble charts, waterfall charts, radar charts, and more Slides that illustrate the approach taken for an initiative or engagement— typically uses Chevron Diagrams and Gantt Charts Miscellaneous Conclusions Matrix / Tables Data Presentation Approach This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 58 Difficult characteristics Swiss XXXXX market Risks Differentiation Costs • Globalisation of the competition • Price war in the commodity segments due to highly intense competition and excess capaDeptXies • Sometimes outsourcing is expensive • Increase in labour costs to some extent due to pauDeptXy of skilled labour High financial risks • Low margins despite high project risks • Often limited opportunities for influence and structure • Taking over guarantee services and complete project reXXXnsibility • Increasingly unfavourable payment terms • Costs • Time • Know-how only in special segments High cost pressure Low potential for differentiation Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 61 Account XXXXX 1 2 3 Company Overview Financial Performance XXXX Offering Feasibility Matrix • Provides basic overview of the company, key competitors, and customer base • High level financial analysis to determine financial health of company • Comparable analysis • Key numbers and ratios • Assessment of which XXXX offers will have strongest plays with client • Summary of client’s recent events of future moves • Allows participants of initial meeting to quickly catch up to speed on company • Will included embedded XXXX report (if available) • Due diligence to help us understand client’s key issues and develop hypotheses on how we can business needs • Helps determine who key participants of call should be • Offers insight how to drive call, what questions to ask An Account XXXXX is created for each account where we have established a tangible lead from Telesales. To request an additional XXXXX, please send a request to the D&T Strategic Research Group (XXXXXXXXXXXX). Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide CompanyX XXXXX This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 64 Summary of ProductX Benefits by Parameter TotalXX Measurement BenefitsMetXX Measurement BenefitsCOXX Measurement Benefits Revenue Enhancement Cost Savings Future Cost Avoidance Noninvasive Tests Take Less Time and Will Increase Patient ThrougVendorYut in the ED Expedient Diagnosis Accelerates Patient Discharge and ThrougVendorYut Efficiency in Inpatient Departments Expedient Diagnosis with Non- Invasive Testing will Reduce LOrgXS CO Patients and Recoup XXXsed Revenue Opportunity Reduction of Invasive Tests Decreases Lab Costs Avoid Unnecessary Treatments and Tests Due to Delayed or XXXsed Diagnosis Reduce Testing and Treatments from Adverse Drug Effects Saving Blood Bags Headcount Avoidance Reduction in XXX2 Sensor Spending with XXXXXXX Capable Technology Avoid Risk from Invasive Procedures Avoid Liability Due to XXXsed Diagnosis Additional Revenue from Noninvasive Testing (CPT Reimbursement) Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
    • 6767 Business Need & Value Proposition Slide Significant savings on energy cost to power solution Tax and energy incentives More money to invest in innovation A first step on Utility Data Center or Software as a Service Marketability to Board, Customers, and Stockholders To realize such results, it is important to note that policy, procedure, and organizational changes are necessary. Energy Cost Without Green: 4x With Green: 2.75x ROI: 31.25% of energy cost Insert slide Headline to introduce the content of the slide This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/business-slides-reference-pack-67
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