Corporate Crisis - The Turnaround: How to save your Company

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Business analysis model, and efforts to recover a crisis and improve the competitive ability of the enterprise. Evaluation of the strategic, organizational, managerial and human resources of an enterprise.

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Corporate Crisis - The Turnaround: How to save your Company

  1. 1. CORPORATE CRISIS The Turnaround: “how to save your Company”
  2. 2. The virtuous cycle of enterprises innovation 1
  3. 3. What does a Company oriented to the change: 2
  4. 4. Normally the Company changes over time … 3
  5. 5. Other resources are involved in the organization 4
  6. 6. The management communicates within the organization its orientation in a clear and precise manner. 5
  7. 7. The Company also indicates specifically where it intends to go 6
  8. 8. … and what it expects from its employees. 7
  9. 9. At this point, the organization will likely go in the desired direction 8
  10. 10. With a certain frequency management will check the coherence and understanding of communications. 9
  11. 11. Periodically you may want to make changes to the company navigation plan in the event of a change of direction. 10
  12. 12. In conclusion it will be vital to define and disseminate the strategic objectives of the enterprise. 11
  13. 13. It is very likely that, at this stage, the Company radically re-think their management system. 12
  14. 14. The Company knows that the management system is an essential tool to enable your organization to achieve the stated objectives. objectives organization management system 13
  15. 15. Business objectives derive directly from the mission statement. 14
  16. 16. The Company will use the objectives as well as constant reminders of the reasons for its management system 15
  17. 17. There are two types of business objectives : 1) those focused on results : - increase in sales - increase of profit 16
  18. 18. There are two types of business objectives : 2) those focused on the factors that enable you to achieve these results : - extension of the employee skill; - increased productivity; - improvement of communications with customers. 17
  19. 19. The Company has set the following objectives: Planning and Balanced Scorecard Objectives : Define the path to achieve the long-term business results with short stops time. 18
  20. 20. The Company will set specific targets in the following areas : • Marketing, • Human Resources Management, • Production Process, • Innovation Process , • Purchasing Management, • Data and Information Management. 19
  21. 21. To establish and quantify the objectives for each area, ​the Company will measure and determine current performance of each one. 20
  22. 22. The Company goals are ambitious but achievable... better to avoid the waste of resources! 21
  23. 23. It 's true that : objectives organization management system 22
  24. 24. But the Company's organization will determine their success factors for achieving the objectives. 23
  25. 25. The Company knows that without a clear vision of the results to be achieved every effort will prove vain! 24
  26. 26. It necessary start with clearly defined goals 25
  27. 27. Everyone will understand the reasons for which it is required a specific management model. 26
  28. 28. If all this does not happen, the Company may be more likely in a crisis condition, with the need for a turnaround intervention. 27
  29. 29. TheTURNAROUND is a reorganization and restructuring plan for a Company in deep crisis 28
  30. 30. TheTURNAROUND 1 phase : Where possible, terminate the causes that led to the crisis. 2 phase : Pursuing a recovery plan of profitability. 29
  31. 31. The Business Check Analysis of critical and decisive action 30
  32. 32. The Business Check It consists of a business analysis model and interventions to improve the competitive ability of the enterprise. It provides for the assessment of the strategic plan, organizational, managerial and human resources of an enterprise. 31
  33. 33. The Business Check In this direction, the turnaround interventions for a company in crisis focus on analysis of: - budget; - strategic plan; - organizational plan; - management plan; - human resources plan. 32
  34. 34. The Business Check: Budget analysis The economic, financial and asset enterprise situation is examined in relation to the trend of recent years. 33
  35. 35. The Business Check: Interventions Budget analysis : are the data reliable? The analyzes are often based on accounting documents which have serious limitations due to choices of a fiscal nature. 34
  36. 36. The Business Check: Interventions Budget analysis : reclassification of data The documents are to be interpreted and reinterpreted as only 35 partially fulfilling the company.
  37. 37. The Business Check: Interventions Budget analysis : audit For a more reliable and consistent with reality would require a statutory audit of the financial and economical statements. 36
  38. 38. The Business Check: Interventions Budget analysis : The critical, positive or negative, emerge the same - through the application of techniques for corporate accounting valuation; - thanks to the experience and intuition of the professional. 37
  39. 39. The Business Check: Interventions Budget analysis : reclassification of the budget By placing differently the economics and asset badget value, you can calculate the indices. 38
  40. 40. The Business Check: Interventions Budget analysis : indices Photographing the economic situation and financial position of 39 a Company at a given moment.
  41. 41. The Business Check: Interventions Budget analysis for flows : cash flow Statement that allows you to calculate the cash flow Pattern of a Company. 40
  42. 42. The Business Check: Interventions Budget analysis for flows : statement of cash flow Table that provides information on the sources and of the uses of financial resources of a Company. 41
  43. 43. The Business Check: Interventions Budget Analysis : comparison with competitors It 'a comparative assessment of the economic, and financial, which highlights the differences 42
  44. 44. The Business Check: Interventions Strategic Plan Spreading in the Company culture and awareness of the importance of performing organizational models. 43
  45. 45. The Business Check: Interventions Strategic Plan COMPANY OBJECTIVES CULTURE of management and employees 44
  46. 46. The Business Check: Interventions Strategic Plan SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS 45
  47. 47. The Business Check: Interventions Strategic Plan Check the following alignment : organization positioning on the market profits 46
  48. 48. The Business Check: Interventions Strategic Plan Provide some basic elements for reading and interpretation of 47 organizational behavior taken out by people within the Company.
  49. 49. The Business Check: Interventions Strategic Plan Open a phase of internal reflection to senior management … … aimed at verifying the need for a possible redefinition of the 48 organizational structure.
  50. 50. The Business Check: Interventions Strategic Plan The reference model used in the interventions together in a single 49 sum, the elements internal and external to the organization:
  51. 51. The Business Check: Interventions Strategic Plan, element 1: Strategy. 50
  52. 52. The Business Check: Interventions Strategic Plan, element 2: Structure. 51
  53. 53. The Business Check: Interventions Strategic Plan, element 3: Human Resources. how to allocate: - activity, - responsibility, - information, - resources, - authority. 52
  54. 54. The Business Check: Interventions Strategic Plan, element 4: Operational mechanisms. 53
  55. 55. The Business Check: Interventions Strategic Plan, element 5: Information, decision-making, planning, check and development systems. 54
  56. 56. The Business Check: Interventions Strategic Plan, element 6: Human Resources. Men and women with their values, needs and knowledge. 55
  57. 57. The Business Check: Interventions Strategic Plan, element 7: Behaviour system. To point out within the company what is right and what is wrong. 56
  58. 58. The Business Check: Interventions Strategic Plan, element 8: Reward system and incentive systems. 57
  59. 59. The Business Check: Interventions Strategic Plan: Methods of intervention. Interviews and analysis with business managers and the company staff. 58
  60. 60. The Business Check: Interventions Strategic Plan: Methods of intervention. Open dialogue with managers to understands to their nature, character and the system of values ​affecting the conduct of the enterprise. 59
  61. 61. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan Entrepreneurs must identify the system work more suited to the characteristics of the individual companies and the objectives to 60 be achieved …
  62. 62. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan …consistently using the tools available… 61
  63. 63. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan … enhancing and developing the skills of employees. 62
  64. 64. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan Representing the firm as a set of processes, analyzing the sequence of operations carried out within each process … 63
  65. 65. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan … the working method adopted by the dedicated resources, 64
  66. 66. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan .. the system of company internal and external interactions. 65
  67. 67. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan Determine the critical, 66
  68. 68. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan ... inefficiencies, 67
  69. 69. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan … the unexpressed potential, 68
  70. 70. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan … unnecessary tasks 69
  71. 71. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan … and those missing. 70
  72. 72. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan Suggest measures to improve the organization and related management … 71
  73. 73. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan … to achieve greater harmony 72
  74. 74. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan … and speed. 73
  75. 75. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan Follow the actors involved in change, to help them to interpret fully the "part" assigned to them: 74
  76. 76. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan 1) Process analysis and corporate activities, 75
  77. 77. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan 2) Optimization of work systems, 76
  78. 78. The Business Check: Interventions Organizational and Managerial Plan 3) Organization of business processes. 77
  79. 79. The Business Check: Interventions The management control Measures the company performances 78
  80. 80. The Business Check: Interventions The management control Liability on objective parameters 79
  81. 81. The Business Check: Interventions The management control Helps to enhance the corporate culture in the pursuit of goals. 80
  82. 82. The Business Check: Interventions Human Resource Plan To evaluate the potential of the people understood as unspoken attitudes present in each of us. 81
  83. 83. The Business Check: Interventions Human Resource Plan Optimize the relationship between individual goals and business objectives: 82
  84. 84. The Business Check: Interventions Human Resource Plan 1) Training needs analysis 83
  85. 85. The Business Check: Interventions Human Resource Plan 2) Analysis of the culture and business climate. 84
  86. 86. The Business Check: Interventions Purpose These interventions are designed to achieve a significant improving of effectiveness … 85
  87. 87. The Business Check: Interventions Purpose …of the efficiency, 86
  88. 88. The Business Check: Interventions Purpose … of competitiveness 87
  89. 89. The Business Check: Interventions Purpose … and entrepreneurial skills of the Company evaluated. 88
  90. 90. The Business Check: Interventions Restructuring and business innovation - Careful management of Human Resources - Good Quality Product Offered To manage the possible Crisis with the Employees To start strategic Sinergie with the Suppliers 89
  91. 91. Design by marta matano/cherrylab Thanks for your attention. Dr. Vincenzo Presutto Business management Consultant Italy, Napoli - info: vincenzo.presutto@studiopresutto.it

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