SIMMETHOD™Predicts the Performance of YourBusiness and Alerts You of NewThreats and OpportunitiesThe 7 Laws of Best Practi...
SIMMETHOD’s Algorithm is Based on the 7 Lawsof Best Practices, Growth and Value CreationSIMMETHOD™7 LawsIntegration/alignm...
SIMMETHOD’s Algorithm is Based on the 7 Lawsof Best Practices, Growth and Value Creation• The SIMMETHOD™ Best-In-Classgrou...
SIMMETHOD’s Algorithm is Based on the 7 Laws ofBest Practices, Growth and Value Creation• The Strategy/Execution Performan...
SIMMETHOD’s 7 Laws of BestPractices, Growth and Value Creation• The Law of Integration,Industry-AgnosticPerformance and Ri...
The Law of Integration and Value-Chain Alignment• To understand the internal and externalfactors impacting their risk and ...
The Law of Integration and Value-Chain Alignment• Best-In-Class supplierssynchronize their metrics to theircustomers metri...
The Law of Integration and Value-Chain Alignment5/6/2013 8WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
The Law of Integration and Value-Chain Alignment• Comparing the elephant legs or ears against peers’legs or ears leads to ...
The Law of Integration and Value-Chain Alignment• SIMMETHOD’s algorithm holistically findsthe Best-In-Class Businesses acr...
The Law of Integration and Value-Chain Alignment• Do you need to benchmark11 non -integrated soccerplayers or the team’spe...
The Law of Integration and Value-Chain Alignment• SIMMETHOD’s industry-agnosticalgorithm holistically finds the Best-In-Cl...
SIMMETHOD’s 7 Laws of BestPractices, Growth and Value Creation•The Law of Averages,Positive Trends andContinuousImprovemen...
The Law of Averages, Positive Trendsand Continuous Improvement• How long would it take for you torealize that you have bee...
The Law of Averages, Positive Trendsand Continuous Improvement• Is your performance above orbelow the average for yourindu...
The Law of Growth and ValueCreation5/6/2013 16WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
The Law of Growth and ValueCreation• Intangible assets (such as intellectualproperty, R&D, human capital, brands,customer ...
The Law of Growth and ValueCreation• These significant changes have occurred becauseof the creation of new Business models...
The Law of Growth and ValueCreation• All this has made necessary the creation ofnew strategies and Business processessuppo...
The Law of Growth and ValueCreationToday, more that ever the question to beasked is: How long would it take forsenior exec...
SIMMETHOD’s 7 Laws of BestPractices, Growth and Value Creation•The Law of ResourceContribution toObjectives5/6/2013WWW.SIM...
The Law of Resource Contribution toObjectivesEvery tangible or intangible Businessresource (including data andinformation)...
The Law of Resource Contribution toObjectives• Today, in the Internet age, customersexpectations and choices are driven by...
The Law of Resource Contribution toObjectives• Therefore, Best-In-Class Businessstrategy, execution and measurementmust un...
The Law of Resource Contribution toObjectives• The ability to maximize the contribution ofeach resource to Business object...
SIMMETHOD’s 7 Laws of BestPractices, Growth and Value Creation•The Law of PredictivePerformance and Risk5/6/2013WWW.SIMMET...
The Law of PredictivePerformance and Risk• In order to influence employees behavior andmotivate them towards a Best Practi...
The Law of PredictivePerformance and RiskSIMMETHOD’s Performance Predictive and RiskReduction capabilities are based on:• ...
The Law of PredictivePerformance and Risk• The calculation of Industry-Agnostic Indicesenables you to correlate 1000’s of ...
The Law of PredictivePerformance and Risk• SIMMETHOD has found a strong correlationbetween the Management Controllable Ind...
The Law of PredictivePerformance and Risk• To calculate the Industry-Agnostic CompositeIndices, SIMMETHOD uses a “basket o...
The Law of PredictivePerformance and Risk• SIMMETHOD™ creates a link betweenyou and a moving “Strategy/ExecutionLeague Tab...
SIMMETHOD’s 7 Laws of BestPractices, Growth and Value Creation•The Law of MinimumCompany BusinessModel and Efficiency5/6/2...
The Law of Minimum CompanyBusiness Model and Efficiency• In assessing the effectiveness of a Businessmodel, strategy or ex...
The Law of Minimum Company Business Modeland Efficiency• Best-In-Class organizations benchmarkthemselves not only against ...
The Law of Minimum Company Business Modeland Efficiency• Customers penalize suppliers who havebloated cost structures, ine...
The Law of Minimum Company Business Modeland EfficiencyIn the current marketplace:• Customers want to know thatthey are no...
SIMMETHOD’s 7 Laws of BestPractices, Growth and Value Creation•The Law ofBenchmarking Insideand Outside yourIndustry5/6/20...
The Law of Benchmarking Inside andOutside your Industry• Todays marketplace is interlinked and theperformance of one secto...
The Law of Benchmarking Inside andOutside your Industry• Best-In-Class organizations measure theexternal forces that have ...
The Law of Benchmarking Inside andOutside your Industry• Best-In-Class organizations have moved frominternally focused Ris...
The Law of Benchmarking Inside andOutside your Industry• Moreover, if your strategy, goal settingand risk profiles are not...
The Law of Benchmarking Inside andOutside your Industry• The lack of a scale to measure Corporatestrategy/execution (compe...
5/6/2013WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM44Lack of Business and Value-ChainLeading Indicators and Risk AlertsCompanyviewSIMMETHOD™industry...
Jorge Oscar Tabacmanjtabacman@gmail.comTwitter ID: SIMMETHODSIMMETHOD™Predicts the Performance of YourBusiness and Alerts ...
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  1. 1. SIMMETHOD™Predicts the Performance of YourBusiness and Alerts You of NewThreats and OpportunitiesThe 7 Laws of Best Practices, Growthand Value Creation5/6/2013 1WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  2. 2. SIMMETHOD’s Algorithm is Based on the 7 Lawsof Best Practices, Growth and Value CreationSIMMETHOD™7 LawsIntegration/alignmentBenchmarkinginside/outsideyour industryGrowth &valuecreationResourcecontributionto objectivesPredictiveperformance& riskAverages &positivetrendsMinimumcompany/businessmodel5/6/2013 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM 2
  3. 3. SIMMETHOD’s Algorithm is Based on the 7 Lawsof Best Practices, Growth and Value Creation• The SIMMETHOD™ Best-In-Classgroup of Businesses share a highscore in the Strategy/ExecutionPerformance Predictive Indexand a high degree of compliancewith the SIMMETHOD™ 7 Lawsof Best Practices, Growth andValue Creation.5/6/2013 3WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  4. 4. SIMMETHOD’s Algorithm is Based on the 7 Laws ofBest Practices, Growth and Value Creation• The Strategy/Execution PerformancePredictive Indices rate management’s abilityto strategize and execute and show thestrengths and weaknesses of each company inrelation to the Best-In-Class, their peers andcurrent and future competitors highlightingfuture risk and opening the door to futureopportunities.5/6/2013 4WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  5. 5. SIMMETHOD’s 7 Laws of BestPractices, Growth and Value Creation• The Law of Integration,Industry-AgnosticPerformance and RiskMeasurement and Value-Chain Alignment5/6/2013WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM5
  6. 6. The Law of Integration and Value-Chain Alignment• To understand the internal and externalfactors impacting their risk and performance,Best-In-Class organizations take an industry-agnostic and holistic approach to risk andperformance measurement that is aligned totheir customers and value-chain and in linewith the Best-In-Class in multiple industries.5/6/2013 6WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  7. 7. The Law of Integration and Value-Chain Alignment• Best-In-Class supplierssynchronize their metrics to theircustomers metrics to ensure thatthe productivity-improvements oftheir customers are matched bycorresponding suppliersproductivity improvements. In thisway they can add rather thansubtract value to their value chain.5/6/2013 7WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  8. 8. The Law of Integration and Value-Chain Alignment5/6/2013 8WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  9. 9. The Law of Integration and Value-Chain Alignment• Comparing the elephant legs or ears against peers’legs or ears leads to incorrect conclusions (This iswhat traditional benchmarking does for the lack ofa single scale to measure strategy/execution orcompetitive advantage across a range ofindustries)• The strategy, execution and competitive advantageof a Business (elephant) can only be assessedholistically with industry-agnostic metrics and it isnot the sum of its parts5/6/2013 9WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  10. 10. The Law of Integration and Value-Chain Alignment• SIMMETHOD’s algorithm holistically findsthe Best-In-Class Businesses across arange of industries and only thencompares the individual parts of yourBusiness against its peers and the Best-In-Class.5/6/2013WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM10
  11. 11. The Law of Integration and Value-Chain Alignment• Do you need to benchmark11 non -integrated soccerplayers or the team’sperformance? Best-In-Class teams alwaysoutperform a team ofBest-In-Class stars5/6/2013 11WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  12. 12. The Law of Integration and Value-Chain Alignment• SIMMETHOD’s industry-agnosticalgorithm holistically finds the Best-In-Class teams across a range of industries(strategy/execution) and then prepares aprofile of the Best-In-Class at thefunctional level including Sales, HR,Resource Utilization and OverheadManagement.5/6/2013WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM12
  13. 13. SIMMETHOD’s 7 Laws of BestPractices, Growth and Value Creation•The Law of Averages,Positive Trends andContinuousImprovement5/6/2013WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM13
  14. 14. The Law of Averages, Positive Trendsand Continuous Improvement• How long would it take for you torealize that you have beenoutperformed by newcompetitors coming fromdifferent industries?• How good do you have to be tobecome Best-In-Class in multipleindustries?• Are you confusing any positivetrend for real competitiveadvantage5/6/2013 14WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  15. 15. The Law of Averages, Positive Trendsand Continuous Improvement• Is your performance above orbelow the average for yourindustry? Your peers? The Best-In-Class in multiple industries?• Is your growth slower than theBest-In-Class in your industry?• Are your sales, profits andmargins growing faster than youroverheads?5/6/2013 15WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  16. 16. The Law of Growth and ValueCreation5/6/2013 16WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  17. 17. The Law of Growth and ValueCreation• Intangible assets (such as intellectualproperty, R&D, human capital, brands,customer relationships and databases) havegrown in importance as the lever for growthand value creation and have deliveredmultiple income streams and increasedvaluations for the Best-In-Class (as it can beseen in the SIMMETHOD Success MetricsGlobal Database).5/6/2013 17WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  18. 18. The Law of Growth and ValueCreation• These significant changes have occurred becauseof the creation of new Business models usinglower cost structures or multiple income streamscoordinated across channels that did not exist acouple of years ago.• These Business models are less reliant ontraditional physical assets and more reliant onintangible assets such as social media, customerinteraction and engagement via social media ornew mobile channels.5/6/2013 18WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  19. 19. The Law of Growth and ValueCreation• All this has made necessary the creation ofnew strategies and Business processessupported by new Industry Agnostic leadingperformance metrics used as a yardstick todetect new sources of Business risk, assessBusiness strategies, organizational structures,Business processes, Human Capital and/ormanagement decision-making effectiveness.5/6/2013 19WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  20. 20. The Law of Growth and ValueCreationToday, more that ever the question to beasked is: How long would it take forsenior executives to realize that:• Their business strategy is not beingfollowed,• They need to adjust their strategy or• They have been outperformed by newcompetitors that did not exist a coupleof years before?5/6/2013 20WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  21. 21. SIMMETHOD’s 7 Laws of BestPractices, Growth and Value Creation•The Law of ResourceContribution toObjectives5/6/2013WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM21
  22. 22. The Law of Resource Contribution toObjectivesEvery tangible or intangible Businessresource (including data andinformation) contributes to Businesscost but not necessarily to Businessstrategy and objectives• Are there too many resourcescontributing to this objective?• Resources that do not supportBusiness objectives• Business Objectives not supportedby Business Resources5/6/2013 22WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  23. 23. The Law of Resource Contribution toObjectives• Today, in the Internet age, customersexpectations and choices are driven by theirexperiences with a wide range of suppliersand in particular the best suppliers acrossmany industries and geographical location.• Customers’ expectations cover from Businessmodels to level of services, Businesscomplexity, pricing, branding, product andservices, inefficiencies, etc.5/6/2013 23WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  24. 24. The Law of Resource Contribution toObjectives• Therefore, Best-In-Class Businessstrategy, execution and measurementmust understand and interpret theconnection between Best in Classbusinesses, their customers and theentire value-chain and be able to ask(as the Best-In-Class do) the followingquestion : Can my employees see myBusiness through my prospects andcustomers eyes?5/6/2013 24WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  25. 25. The Law of Resource Contribution toObjectives• The ability to maximize the contribution ofeach resource to Business objectives andstrategy is one the most importantmanagement priorities. SIMMETHOD’sIndustry-Agnostic Management ControllableIndex will help you to manage your resourcesat a Best-In-Class level and to ensure thatvalue-creation is maximized.5/6/2013WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM25
  26. 26. SIMMETHOD’s 7 Laws of BestPractices, Growth and Value Creation•The Law of PredictivePerformance and Risk5/6/2013WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM26
  27. 27. The Law of PredictivePerformance and Risk• In order to influence employees behavior andmotivate them towards a Best Practices levelof performance, Best-In-Class performers inthe SIMMETHOD™ Competitive IntelligenceSuccess Metrics Database developed a basketof powerful integrated value-chain leadingperformance/risk indicators that provide newinsights that are not available to theircompetitors and benefit their entire value-chain.5/6/2013 27WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  28. 28. The Law of PredictivePerformance and RiskSIMMETHOD’s Performance Predictive and RiskReduction capabilities are based on:• The GPS concept: The targets and alertsagainst the continuously updated SuccessMetrics Database alert you of any deviationagainst your objectives and enables you totake corrective action to reach youroutcomes in the most cost-effective way(thus adding certainty to your performance).5/6/2013 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM 28
  29. 29. The Law of PredictivePerformance and Risk• The calculation of Industry-Agnostic Indicesenables you to correlate 1000’s of unrelatedBusiness Metrics across different BusinessSectors and Value Chains in order to identifypreviously undetected threats andopportunities likely to impact your decisions,strategy and objectives.5/6/2013 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM 29
  30. 30. The Law of PredictivePerformance and Risk• SIMMETHOD has found a strong correlationbetween the Management Controllable Index(the composite Index that represents knownvariables under Management’s control) andEnterprise value creation.• This link between Management-Decisions,Resource Management and Value Creationcontributes towards SIMMETHOD’spredictive and risk reduction capabilities thusadding certainty to your decisions.5/6/2013 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM 30
  31. 31. The Law of PredictivePerformance and Risk• To calculate the Industry-Agnostic CompositeIndices, SIMMETHOD uses a “basket ofoperational and financial indicators” across arange of Businesses and Industries.• The Industry-Agnostic Performance and RiskIndicators have proved across different cyclesthat are less open to manipulation, are betterable to show the dynamic relationship betweenBusinesses and any unexplained positive ornegative deviation.5/6/2013 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM 31
  32. 32. The Law of PredictivePerformance and Risk• SIMMETHOD™ creates a link betweenyou and a moving “Strategy/ExecutionLeague Table” of Best-In-ClassEnterprises thus extending your line ofvision to where most value is beingcreated at any given time.5/6/2013 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM 32
  33. 33. SIMMETHOD’s 7 Laws of BestPractices, Growth and Value Creation•The Law of MinimumCompany BusinessModel and Efficiency5/6/2013WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM33
  34. 34. The Law of Minimum CompanyBusiness Model and Efficiency• In assessing the effectiveness of a Businessmodel, strategy or execution of a strategyspecial attention must be given to BestPractices developed across a range ofglobal industries. In this way, strategies,Business processes or Business models fromone industry can be studied and used toimprove the performance of your Businessand Value-Chain.5/6/2013 34WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  35. 35. The Law of Minimum Company Business Modeland Efficiency• Best-In-Class organizations benchmarkthemselves not only against theircurrent competitors but with potentialfuture competitors from differentindustries.• Todays efficiency drives transcendBusiness and industry-boundaries andinclude and are shared across valuechains of Suppliers, Distributors andCustomers.5/6/2013 35WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  36. 36. The Law of Minimum Company Business Modeland Efficiency• Customers penalize suppliers who havebloated cost structures, inefficient Businessmodels, inefficient asset utilization and non-synchronized metrics• Best-In-Class partners have a common set ofBest-In-Class Business processes, metrics,strategy and execution to fully take advantageof e-commerce, m-commerce, and socialmedia.5/6/2013 36WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  37. 37. The Law of Minimum Company Business Modeland EfficiencyIn the current marketplace:• Customers want to know thatthey are not paying for theirsuppliers’ inefficiencies andBest-In-Class organizationsexcel at extending their BestPractices to their BusinessPartners to every onesbenefit5/6/2013 37WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  38. 38. SIMMETHOD’s 7 Laws of BestPractices, Growth and Value Creation•The Law ofBenchmarking Insideand Outside yourIndustry5/6/2013WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM38
  39. 39. The Law of Benchmarking Inside andOutside your Industry• Todays marketplace is interlinked and theperformance of one sector is influenced by theperformance of other industry sectors.• To understand the external factors impacting thecurrent and future performance of your Business,it is necessary to look beyond any given industryand instead look at many industry-sectors inorder to better measure, manage, predict andimprove the performance of your Business.5/6/2013 39WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  40. 40. The Law of Benchmarking Inside andOutside your Industry• Best-In-Class organizations measure theexternal forces that have major riskimplications for their Businesses, Value-Chainsand their Industries.• Senior Executives and Directors receive earlywarning risk and performance alerts linked toglobal industry trends and metrics as well astheir internal Business execution.5/6/2013 40WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  41. 41. The Law of Benchmarking Inside andOutside your Industry• Best-In-Class organizations have moved frominternally focused Risk, Business Intelligenceand Performance Analytics to Value-ChainLeading Indicators, Risk and PerformanceMetrics• In order to outperform your current andfuture competitors, it is essential tounderstand their Business models, successmetrics, risk profiles and their trends and gapsto the Market Best-In-Class across a range ofindustries.5/6/2013 41WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  42. 42. The Law of Benchmarking Inside andOutside your Industry• Moreover, if your strategy, goal settingand risk profiles are not taking intoconsideration external perspectives (aswell as internal drivers) your business canbecome too inward-looking and mistakeany positive trend for real competitiveadvantage that outsmarts yourcompetitors.5/6/2013 42WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM
  43. 43. The Law of Benchmarking Inside andOutside your Industry• The lack of a scale to measure Corporatestrategy/execution (competitive advantage)across multiple industries leads to erroneous andinconsistent C-Level decision-making.• SIMMETHOD’s industry-agnostic predictivealgorithm and indices extends your line of visionto the entire value chain and enables you tobenchmark your strategy/execution against yourpeers and the Best-In-Class in multiple industries5/6/2013WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM43
  44. 44. 5/6/2013WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM44Lack of Business and Value-ChainLeading Indicators and Risk AlertsCompanyviewSIMMETHOD™industry viewindicators &alertsSIMMETHOD™value-chainview, leadingperformanceindicators &alertsSIMMETHOD™global marketview leadingrisk/performanceindicators &alerts databaseInward-LookingAnalyticsMaximumRisk,MinimumVisibilityValue-Chain and MarketLeading Indicators and RiskAlertsMinimum Risk and MaximumVisibility
  45. 45. Jorge Oscar Tabacmanjtabacman@gmail.comTwitter ID: SIMMETHODSIMMETHOD™Predicts the Performance of YourBusiness and Alerts You of NewThreats and Opportunities fromInside and Outside your Industry5/6/2013 45WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM

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