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Converting management controllable resources in the insurance sector into best in-class performance 2012
 

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In a constantly fluctuating Market and unlike static ratios that do not capture the dynamic relationship between businesses and value chains, SIMMETHOD™ industry-agnostic composite indices measure ...

In a constantly fluctuating Market and unlike static ratios that do not capture the dynamic relationship between businesses and value chains, SIMMETHOD™ industry-agnostic composite indices measure the interactive relationships (competitive advantage) between companies and value chains across every business sector and provide early warning alerts of future threats and opportunities.

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    Converting management controllable resources in the insurance sector into best in-class performance 2012 Converting management controllable resources in the insurance sector into best in-class performance 2012 Presentation Transcript

    • SIMMETHOD™ Insurance Sector 2012 Performance Predictive Index, Competitive Intelligence Success Metrics Database and Risk Alerts Predicts the performance of your business and alerts you of new threats and opportunities from inside and outside your industry WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 1
    • SIMMETHOD™Strategy/Execution Performance Predictive Index, Competitive Intelligence Database and alerts INSURANCE ECOSYSTEMThe businesses in the SIMMETHOD™ Best-In-Class group (Insurance ecosystem case study) share a• High score in the Strategy/Execution Performance Predictive Index and• a high degree of compliance with the SIMMETHOD™ 7 Laws of Best Practices, Growth and Value Creation.8/11/2012 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM 2
    • SIMMETHOD™ Performance Predictive Algorithm combines Business, Social Media, 7 Laws of Stockholders, Best Management Practices Metrics Competitive Intelligence Predictive Database SIMMETHOD™ Strategy/Execution PerformancePredictive Index & Competitive Intelligence Database WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 3
    • SIMMETHOD™ 2012 Performance Predictive Index, Competitive Intelligence Database and AlertsThe Performance Predictive Indices:• Rate management ability to strategize and execute against its peers,• Show the strengths and weaknesses of each management-team in relation to its peers, current and potential future competitors and• Are a predictive indicator of future performance, threats and opportunities from within and outside your industry. WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 4
    • SIMMETHOD™ 2012Strategy/Execution Performance Predictive Index, Competitive Intelligence Database and AlertsIn a constantly fluctuating Market and unlike static ratios that do not capture the dynamic relationships between businesses and value chains, SIMMETHOD™ industry-agnostic composite indices• Measure the interactive relationships (competitive advantage) between companies and value chains across every business sector and• Provide early warning alerts of future threats and opportunities as depicted in the following slide WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 5
    • SIMMETHOD™ Strategy/Execution PerformancePredictive Indices, Competitive Intelligence D/B & Alerts In a constantly fluctuating MARKET SIMMETHOD industry-agnostic indices measure the relationships (competitive advantage) between businesses and value chains across every business sector unlike static business ratios that do not capture and measure the dynamic relationships between businesses and value chains. YOUR INDUSTRY SIMMETHOD Index SIMMETHOD score (competitors Index score within industry) (suppliers) THE SCORES OF YOUR PREDICTIVE INDICES HR CFO REFLECT YOUR IT COO STRENGTHS, CMO Sales WEAKNESSES, RISKS & OPPORTUNITIES IN RELATION TO CURRENT & FUTURE COMPETITORS SIMMETHOD Index score (customers) SIMMETHOD Index SIMMETHOD Index score (future score (future competitors) customers) WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 6
    • SIMMETHOD™ 7 Laws of Best Practices, Growth and Value Creation - DefinitionThe SIMMETHOD™ 7 Laws of Best Practices, Growth and Value Creation provide a framework for the• Performance predictive algorithm,• Calculation of the Global Strategy/Execution Performance Predictive Index and• Identification and selection of the Best-In-Class businesses, leaders and management teams. WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 7
    • SIMMETHOD™ 7 Laws of Best Practices, Growth and Value Creation Integration Minimum /alignment Benchmarking company inside/outside /business your industry model SIMMETHOD™ 7 Laws Growth & Averages & positive value trends creation Predictive Resource performance contribution & risk to objectives WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 8
    • SIMMETHOD™ 2012 Global Strategy/Execution Performance Predictive Index and Threats/Opportunities Alerts in the Insurance Sector Best-In-Class Performance Assured Guarantee, Torchmark, Chubb, MBIA, ACE, Symetra, AFLAC, China Life, Wellcare Health, AIA, Sampo, AIG, American Financial, Swiss Reinsurance, Loews, Reinsurance Group of America, W Berkley Upper mid-range Performance United Health, American Equity, AON, Protective Life, Mediolanum, XL Group, Humana, Scor, Cincinnati, Aetna, CNO Financial, IAG, WellPoint, CNP, Centene, Progressive, Marsh McLennan WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 9
    • SIMMETHOD™ 2012 Global Strategy/Execution Performance Predictive Index and Threats/Opportunities Alerts in the Insurance Sector Lower-Mid-Range Performance Mapfre, QBE, Healthnet, Cigna, Travelers, Coventry Health, Unum, Molina Health, Zurich Financials, Willis Group, Hartford, Allstate, Gentworth, Assurant, Prudential, Industrial Alliance, Unipol Low Performance Fondiaria, Lincoln National, Alliance, AXA, Ping An, MetLife, Generali, Aviva, Ageas, Suncorp Metway, Vienna Insurance, ING Group, AEGON WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 10
    • Correlation between SIMMETHOD™ Management Controllable &Minimum Company Business Model Indices and Performance/Risk Insurance Ecosystem 60 40 SIMMETHOD Management Controllable Index 20 SIMMETHOD Strategy/Execution Performance Predictive Index Axis Title SIMMETHOD Minimum Company Business 0 Model 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Linear (SIMMETHOD Management Controllable Index) Linear (SIMMETHOD Strategy/Execution -20 Performance Predictive Index) Linear (SIMMETHOD Minimum Company Business Model) -40 -60 Axis Title WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 11
    • Link between SIMMETHOD™ Management Controllable & Minimum Company Business Model Indices and Business Risk & Performance. Mid to Best-In-Class Performance in the Insurance Ecosystem Progressive CNP Assurances IAG Aetna Scor XL Group Protective Life SIMMETHOD Minimum Company Business American Equity Model W Berkley SIMMETHOD Strategy/Execution Performance Predictive Index Loews SIMMETHOD Management Controllable American Financial Index Sampo Wellcare Health Plan AFLAC ACE Chubb Assured Guaranty-20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 12
    • Link between SIMMETHOD™ Management Controllable & Minimum Company Business Model Indices and Business Risk & Performance. Mid to Low Performance in the Insurance Ecosystem ING Group Suncorp Metway Aviva METLIFE AXA Lincoln National SIMMETHOD Minimum Company Business Unipol Model Prudential Financial SIMMETHOD Strategy/Execution Performance Predictive Index Genworth Financial SIMMETHOD Management Controllable Hartford Financials Index ZURICH FINANCIALS Unum Group Travelers Healthnet Mapfre-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 13
    • -60 -40 -20 0 20 40 60 Assured Guaranty Chubb8/11/2012 ACE AFLAC Wellcare Health Plan Sampo American Financial Loews W Berkley American Equity Protective Life XL Group Scor Aetna IAG CNP Assurances Progressive Mapfre Healthnet Travelers Unum Group ZURICH FINANCIALS Hartford Financials Genworth Financial Prudential Financial WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM Unipol Lincoln National Insurance Ecosystem AXA METLIFE Aviva Suncorp Metway ING Group Index Model SIMMETHOD SIMMETHOD Management Controllable Index Company Business Strategy/Execution Company Business Model Indices and Business Risk & Performance. Link between SIMMETHOD™ Management Controllable & Minimum SIMMETHOD Minimum Performance Predictive14
    • Link between SIMMETHOD™ Management Controllable & Minimum Company Business Model Indices and Business Risk & Performance The top 7 Best-In-Class Performers AFLACSymetra Financial ACE SIMMETHOD Minimum Company Business Model MBIA SIMMETHOD Strategy/Execution Performance Predictive Index SIMMETHOD Management Controllable Chubb Index TorchmarkAssured Guaranty 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 15
    • Link between SIMMETHOD™ Management Controllable & Minimum Company Business Model Indices and Business Risk & Performance Australian Companies Suncorp Metway IAG SIMMETHOD Minimum Company Business Model SIMMETHOD Strategy/Execution Performance Predictive Index SIMMETHOD Management Controllable QBE Index-40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 16
    • Link between SIMMETHOD™ Management Controllable & Minimum Company Business Model Indices and Business Risk & Performance Health Insurance Molina Healthcare Coventry Health SIMMETHOD Minimum Cigna Company Business Model Healthnet Centene SIMMETHOD Strategy/Execution Wellpoint Performance Predictive Index Aetna SIMMETHOD Management Humana Controllable Index United Health Group Wellcare Health Plan -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 17
    • Link between SIMMETHOD™ Management Controllable & Minimum Company Business Model Indices and Business Risk & Performance Health Insurance 35 30 25 SIMMETHOD Management Controllable Index 20 15 SIMMETHOD Strategy/Execution 10 Performance Predictive Index 5 SIMMETHOD Minimum 0 Company Business Model -5 -10 -15 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 18
    • Link between SIMMETHOD™ Management Controllable & Minimum Company Business Model Indices and Business Risk & Performance American Companies Lincoln National Assurant Allstate Molina Healthcare Coventry Health Cigna SIMMETHOD Minimum Company Marsh McLennan Business Model Centene CNO Financial Group Cincinnati SIMMETHOD Strategy/Execution Protective Life Performance Predictive Index American Equity W Berkley SIMMETHOD Management Loews Controllable Index AIG AFLAC MBIA Torchmark-40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 19
    • -40 -20 -10 -30 0 10 20 30 40 50 Torchmark8/11/2012 Chubb MBIA Symetra Financial AFLAC Wellcare Health Plan AIG American Financial Loews Reinsurance Group of America W Berkley United Health Group American Equity AON Protective Life Humana Cincinnati Aetna CNO Financial Group Wellpoint Centene Progressive Marsh McLennan Healthnet Cigna Travelers WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM Coventry Health Unum Group American Companies Molina Healthcare Hartford Financials Allstate Genworth Financial Assurant Prudential Financial Lincoln National METLIFE Performance SIMMETHOD SIMMETHOD SIMMETHOD Management Business Model Predictive Index Controllable Index Company Business Model Indices and Business Risk & Performance Strategy/Execution Link between SIMMETHOD™ Management Controllable & Minimum Minimum Company20
    • Performance Predictive Indices, Competitive Intelligence Database and AlertsSIMMETHOD™ is a relative scalethat measures business risk andperformance and rates yourmanagement ability to strategizeand execute against your peers, your valuechain and your current and future competitorsand their value chains. WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 21
    • Connecting Value Chains via SIMMETHOD™ Management Controllable, Business Model and Predictive Indices and Alerts Technology, Social Media, HR, Insurance Randstad Suncorp Metway Fidelity National Info Symantec Fondiaria SIMMETHOD Minimum Industrial Alliance Company Business Forrester Model Hartford Financials Gartner Unum Group Alliance Data Systems SIMMETHOD Mapfre Strategy/Execution Wellpoint Performance Predictive Aetna Index Humana World fuel serv American Equity SIMMETHOD W Berkley Management citrix Controllable Index Paychex Oracle AFLAC ACE Torchmark Apple -60 -40 -20 0 20 40 60 808/11/2012 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM 22
    • Connecting Value Chains via SIMMETHOD™ ManagementControllable, Business Model and Predictive Indices and Alerts Technology, Social Media, HR, Insurance80604020 0 ebay Unipol MBIA Loews SAP Yahoo Accenture Cognizant Scor CA METLIFE Tui Cigna Forrester Vmware XL Group Groupon citrix CGI Group AXA Ageas Aegon AFLAC AIA Group wipro World fuel serv Wellpoint Unum Group ADP Randstad Progressive Symantec Apple Google Capita Group Priceline Molina Healthcare American Financial CNO Financial Group Allstate Liberty interactive Travelers-20-40-60 SIMMETHOD Management Controllable Index SIMMETHOD Strategy/Execution Performance Predictive Index SIMMETHOD Minimum Company Business Model8/11/2012 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM 23
    • Strategy/Execution Performance Predictive Indices, Competitive Intelligence Database and Alerts SIMMETHOD™ is a “Business League Table” constantly searching for the top teams in each industry and value chains in order to find their Best-In-Class strategy, execution, Business models, HR practices, Social Media ROI, metrics and processes. WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM 8/11/2012 24
    • Jorge Oscar Tabacman jtabacman@gmail.com www.simmethod.blogspot.com The power of the SIMMETHOD™ performance predictive algorithms, indices, competitive intelligence database and leading indicators lie in their ability to: • Provide in simple terms a window into a company business model and management effectiveness and • Predict future trends, risk, performance and competitive advantage within an extended value chain. WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM8/11/2012 25