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Unlocking the value of your Human Capital to become 2013 Best-In-Class: Human Capital contribution to Best-In-Class performance and risk reduction in Technology, Software, Social Media, HR and ...

Unlocking the value of your Human Capital to become 2013 Best-In-Class: Human Capital contribution to Best-In-Class performance and risk reduction in Technology, Software, Social Media, HR and Business Services

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  • SIMMETHOD™ Predicts the Performance of Your Business and Alerts You of new Threats and Opportunities Unlocking the value of your Human Capital to become 2013 Best-In-Class WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 1
  • Unlocking the value of your Human Capital to become 2013 Best-In-Class• Human Capital contribution to Best-In-Class performance and risk reduction in Technology, Software, Social Media, HR and Business Services WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 2
  • SIMMETHOD’s Algorithm• SIMMETHOD’s Algorithm converts raw data into single-industry ratios and ratios into industry-agnostic performance predictive indices enabling you to set up unique leading indicators against SIMMETHOD’s Global Success Metrics Database covering Sales, Profits, Assets, Overheads, Social Media, Business Models, Business Growth and Resource Management. WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 3
  • SIMMETHOD’s Strategy/Execution Performance Predictive Index Top 25% Strategy/ Execution Performance Predictive index Top 25%6050403020 Strategy/ Execution10 Performance Predictive index 0 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 4
  • 10 20 30 40 50 60 0 Apple1/6/2013 Cielo Priceline Checkpoint Google Teradata SAP Infosys Microsoft Aggreko Oracle ebay Vmware Tata Paychex Moodys citrix BMC intuit Cognizant Amadeus wipro Yahoo WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM Dassault World fuel serv amazon autodesk salesforce Groupon LinkedIn IBM Strategy/ Execution Performance Predictive index Top 50% index SIMMETHOD’s Strategy/Execution Strategy/ Execution Predictive Performance Predictive Index Top 50% Performance5
  • -60 -50 -40 -30 -10 -20 0 101/6/2013 Accenture Alliance Data Systems CSC Adobe Robert Half SGS CA Gartner Brambles ADP Experian Dell Forrester Thomas Cook CGI Group Apollo Group Bunzl Capita Group Liberty interactive Adecco Misys WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM Symantec Fiserv Fidelity National Info Tui HP Manpower Sodexo Randstad Predictive Index Bottom 50% Capgemini Strategy/Execution Performance predictive index Bottom 50% Performance predictive index SIMMETHOD’s Strategy/Execution Performance Strategy/Execution6
  • SIMMETHOD’s Strategy/Execution Performance Predictive Index Bottom 25% Strategy/Execution Performance predictive index Bottom 25% 0 HP Misys Tui Randstad Fiserv Bunzl Sodexo Symantec Capgemini Capita Group Adecco Manpower Liberty interactive Apollo Group Fidelity National Info-10-20 Strategy/Execution-30 Performance predictive index-40-50-60 WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 7
  • Gap Between the Low Performers and the SIMMETHOD™ Best-In-Class.SIMMETHOD’s 142-Performance-and- Risk-Gaps represents strengths and weaknesses in specific areas of your business in relation to current and future competitors and provides objective insights into the strengths of your:• Strategy and Execution• Business Model• Leadership and Management-Effectiveness• Risk Profile• Business Processes and Efficiency; and• Competitive Advantage WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 8
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 25% to Bottom 25% Each employee is 15X more profitable WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 9
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 25% to Bottom 25% To generate the same $1/profit the bottom 25% needs 15X more employees WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 10
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 25% to Bottom 25% Each employee is 15X more valuable WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 11
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 25% to Bottom 25% Each employee generates 2X more sales WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 12
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 25% to Bottom 25% Top 25% overheads per employee (including IT) are 2.5X higher WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 13
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 25% to Bottom 25% Each employee generates 12X more cash WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 14
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 50% to Bottom 50% Each employee is 6X more profitable WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 15
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 50% to Bottom 50% To generate $1/profit the bottom 50% needs 6X more employees WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 16
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 50% to Bottom 50% Each employee is 7x more valuable WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 17
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 50% to Bottom 50% Each employee generates 3.5X more sales WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 18
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 50% to Bottom 50% Top 50% overheads per employee (including IT) are 2X higher WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 19
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 50% to Bottom 50% Each employee generates 6X more cash WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 20
  • The Human Capital profile of the SIMMETHOD™ Best-In-Class• Is your Human Capital Management predictive of your future risk and performance?• How well do you have to manage your Human Capital to become 2013 Best-In-Class? WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 21
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 25% to Bottom 25% Profit/employee =$240K Profit/employee =$16K WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 22
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 25% to Bottom 25% Value/employee =$3.9M Value/employee =$267K WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 23
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 25% to Bottom 25% Overheads/ employee (including IT) =$150K Overheads/ employee (including IT) =$60K WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 24
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 50% to Bottom 50% Profit/employee =$150K Profit/employee =$25K WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 25
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 50% to Bottom 50% Value/employee =$2.8M Value/employee =$420K WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 26
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 50% to Bottom 50% Overheads/ employee (including IT) =$130K Overheads/ (including IT) employee =$65K WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 27
  • Enterprise Profile of the SIMMETHOD™ Best-In-Class• Unlocking the value of your Human Capital to achieve 2013 Enterprise Best-In-Class Performance and Risk Profile WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 28
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Enterprise Performance Top 25% to Bottom 25% Enterprise Profit Gap = 7X WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 29
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Enterprise Performance Top 25% to Bottom 25% Enterprise Value Gap = 9X WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 30
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Enterprise Performance Top 50% to Bottom 50% Enterprise Profit Gap = 4X WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 31
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Enterprise Performance Top 50% to Bottom 50% Enterprise Value Gap = 5.5X WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 32
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Performance Top 25% to Bottom 25% Average Enterprise Profit =$5.8B Average Enterprise Profit =$815M WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 33
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Enterprise Performance Top 25% to Bottom 25% Average Enterprise Value =$96B Average Enterprise Value =$10B WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 34
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Enterprise Performance Top 50% to Bottom 50% Average Enterprise Profits =$3.7B Average Enterprise Profits =$950M WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 35
  • Gap to Best-In-Class Enterprise Performance Top 50% to Bottom 50% Average Enterprise Value =$66B Average Enterprise Value =$12B WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 36
  • Jorge Oscar Tabacman jtabacman@gmail.com Twitter ID: SIMMETHOD SIMMETHOD™ Predicts the Performance of Your Business and Alerts You of New Risks and Opportunities from Inside and Outside your Business Sector WWW.SIMMETHOD.COM1/6/2013 37