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SMITH-TRG 4 Steps to Enterprise Reinvention Innovatively Build Job Growth & Wealth Creation Machines for 21st Century be part of U S Road to Recovery Project

SMITH-TRG 4 Steps to Enterprise Reinvention Innovatively Build Job Growth & Wealth Creation Machines for 21st Century be part of U S Road to Recovery Project

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    • SMITH-TRG
      ‘Building U. S. Job Growth & Wealth Creation Machines’
      -- What We Learned Doing ‘U.S. Road to Recovery’ Project --
      Richard D. Smith, SMITH-TRG – September, 2009http://www.SMITH-TRG.comBusiness Owners, Investors & Stakeholders Presentation, Washington, DC
    • “The Ultimate Measure Of A Healthy & Recovering Economy. . .Jobs Growth!”
    • “Only yesterday, we Americans could afford to feel smug about our preeminence”.
    • “Destiny, it seems, had appointed us, America, the world’s permanent pioneers, forever striding beyond the farthest cutting edge.”
    • That was... Yesterday!
    • Today,things are vastly different.
    • GLOBALIZATION
      “A new world order is dawning – one
      in which the West is no longer dominant,
      capitalism (at least the American version)
      is out of favor, and protectionism
      is on the rise.”
      - Roger Altman
      Former Deputy Treasury Sec., Clinton Administration
    • INNOVATION
      “Innovation has become the new
      currency of global competition as
      one country after another races
      toward a new high ground where
      the capacity for innovation is viewed
      as a hallmark of national success.”
      - John Kao
      book author, INNOVATION NATION, 2007
    • ECONOMIC ISSUES
      $12 Trillion U. S. Wealth Destroyed since 12/07
      $13.8 Trillion Outstanding Consumer Debt
      9.4% Unemployment
      16 Million Unemployed
      $9.1 Trillion Federal Deficit
      $155k+ in Fed Debt per Household
      76 Million ‘Baby Boomers’
      69% of Boomers Can’t Financially Retire
      150,000 U.S. College Graduates in 09/Few Jobs
    • BANKRUPTCIES
      100,000 U. S. Bankruptcies
      in last 18 months
      1 of 270 Businesses Bankrupt
      358 Business Bankruptcies Filed Daily
    • $87 BILLION
      U.S. Imports
      from China
      vs.
      $20 Billion
      in U. S. Exports
      Period - January through
      April, 2009
      Data: U.S. Commerce Department
    • M&A’s
      “We have been given this
      Incredible second chance to
      rethink everything we do.
      There will not be a third.”
      - Fiat-Chrysler new CEO
      Sergio Marchionne
    • DIVIDE IS GETTING GREATER!
    • TODAY: WE’RE IN DEEP WATER. . .
      The U.S. business model is being challenged. . .
      We need to reinvent the enterprise, build growth machines. . .
    • How Do We Get to Where We Want to Be,Competitive Advantage & Growth?
    • STEP 1
      Visualize what could be. . .
      A 21st Century Job Growth & Wealth Creation Machine
      SMITH-TRG at http://www.SMITH-TRG.com
    • TAKE A COMPETITIVE WORLD VIEW
    • EMBRACE INNOVATION
      *Hewlett-Packard (H-P), Apple, Microsoft and other notables started during a recession. . .
    • INNOVATION IN ALL FORMS. . .
      BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION
      PRODUCT/SERVICE INNOVATION
      PROCESS INNOVATION
      TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION
    • VISION & INNOVATION
      Business Week’s – The World’s
      25 Most Innovative Companies
      #1 Apple
      #2 Google
      #3 3M
      #4 Toyota
      #5 Microsoft
      #6 General Electric
      #7 Proctor & Gamble
      #8 Nokia
      #9 Starbucks
      #10 IBM
      #11 Virgin
      #12 Samsung
      #13 Sony
      #14 Dell
      #15 IDEO
      #16 BMW
      #17 Intel
      #18 eBay
      #19 IKEA
      #20 Wal-Mart
      #21 Amazon
      #22 Target
      #23 Honda
      #24 Research In Motion
      #25 Southwest Airlines
      NOTE: Approximately 10% to 15% of their
      global workforces are U.S. based employees
    • LOOK BEYOND
      Adventure
      Outside
      the
      Comfort
      Zone. . .
    • FANATICISM
      “I think fanaticism is underrated.
      I’m a fanatic about the engineering
      groups. Steve (Jobs) is a fanatic
      about the user experience and
      the design.”
      - Bill Gates, Microsoft
      Advice for entrepreneurs, enterprise game changers
    • STEP 2
      Do an ‘Alice Analysis’. . .
      Know Where You’re Going. . .
      SMITH-TRG at http://www.SMITH-TRG.com
    • Alice, “Would you tell me please, which way I ought to go from here?”“That depends a good deal on where you want to get to”,said the Cheshire Cat.“I don’t much care where_____”,said Alice“Then it doesn’t matter which way you go, said the Cat.“____so long as I get somewhere,” Alice added.“Oh, you’re sure to do that,”said the Cat, “if only you walk long enough.”
      ‘ALICE ANALYSIS’
      ‘Excerpt from the American adventure story classic -- Alice in Wonderland’
    • If You Don’t Know Where You’re Going, Any Road Will Take You There!Question: As A Company, Can You Afford A Long Journey?Success Requires: FocusUnderstanding YourselfUnderstanding What Or Who Can Best Help You Achieve Success
      ANALYSIS RESULTS?
      ‘Using Alice in Wonderland’
    • STEP 3
      Target sectors/segments/business lines for enterprise reinvention & growth
      Identifying & Qualifying Growth Opportunities
      SMITH-TRG at http://www.SMITH-TRG.com
    • OBJECTIVE: ENTERPRISE GROWTH PLATFORMS
    • TARGETINGTOOLS
      www.eCompetitors.com
      USE ‘INDUSTRY & COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS’ TOOLS
      www.Hoovers.com     
      Google Finance‎   Yahoo Finance‎   MSN Money‎   AOL Finance‎   CNN   Reuters‎  
      eCompetitors, for example, provides (line-of-business level) industry information on the Top 10,000+ industries, covering more than 95% of $57 trillion global economy – all presented in the Global Industry Dashboard.TM Downloadable to iPhone.
    • High
      Medium
      Skilled Labor Intensive
      TechnologyEnabled
      High Unemploy %
      EnvironmentFriendly
      AtRisk Segment
      Value Driven
      Low
      Automotive
      Transportation
      Consumer Goods
      Hi-Tech & Info-Tech
      Distribution
      Health & Life Sciences
      TARGET SECTORS, SEGMENTS & ENTERPRISES
    • EXAMPLE SEGMENT/BUSINESS: U.S.BUILT ‘ECO’ TAXI
      Bringing back Checkered Cab Co. of 60’s/70’s fame
    • U.S. TAXI… DESIGN CRITERIA
      LARGER INTERIOR CABIN & LUGGAGE CAPACITY SPACE THAN U. K. BLACK CAB + 2 FOLD DOWN JUMP SEATS
      TECHNOLOGY ENABLED ON-BOARD GPS & GOOGLE MAPS, WIRELESS BROADBAND & INTERNET TV, WIRELESS FARE BILLING
      NATURAL GAS POWERED (see PICKENS PLAN) 30 MPG IN STOP & GO TRAFFIC
    • to 550,000
      CANDIDATE EXAMPLE: Vehicle Production Group, LLC
      (Taxi & Multi-Purpose Fleet Vehicle Product Portfolio)
    • HI-TECH SEGMENTS: WIRELESS APP FARMS
      Serving Global Wireless Carriers & Handset/Touch-Screen Manufacturers
    • WIRELESS APPLICATION SOLUTIONSFuture-World DIGITAL-MEDIA for Handset/Multi-Touch Screens/Carriers
      Apple iPhone
      BlackBerry
    • MARKET DRIVER
      “The ultimate challenge and greatest value
      creation opportunity will fall to those who
      give the end-user consumer what they
      want…really, really want. And that is,
      an integrated, easy to use, video media
      experience, anytime, anywhere, and
      on any platform.”
      - Richard D. Smith, SMITH-TRG
      book author, AD-MIRED, 2006
    • WHY MOBILE APPLICATIONS?Market Forecast: From $7 Billion 2008 to $25 Billion 2014Sources: Juniper Research & IDC
      2008 - 1.19 Billion Mobile Phones
      Sold World-wide. 155 Million (13%) were Smartphones
      By 2013 20% or 280 Million (SP’s)
      Apple: 65,000 APP’s vs. RIM’s: 2,000 APP’s
      Others: Sprint’s Palm, Motorola –
      2 new devices, then Nokia, Samsung, and host of new entrants. . .
      “What you carry on your belt
      is now your MP3 player, will
      be your plasma TV, is your
      social networking machine,
      is your Internet terminal,
      your camera, your personal
      navigation device.”
      - Jim Basillie
      Co-CEO, Research-in-Motion
    • STEP 4
      Innovation & value growth
      management
      It’s All About Execution…Ability to Execute
      SMITH-TRG at http://www.SMITH-TRG.com
    • PRINCIPLES
      REINVENT EXISTING ENTERPRISE(S)
      SCALABLE GROWTH ENABLED BY INNOVATION
      FOCUS ON NICHE MARKET LEADERSHIP
      CONDUCIVE TO PROFITABLE & SUSTAINABLE JOB CREATION
      M&A TO GROW BUSINESS, NOT CUT
    • DEVELOP PLANS COLLABORATIVELY
    • ENTERPRISE
      ‘BEST-OF-BREED’ DESIGNED BUSINESS PLATFORM
      EMBRACE SHARED RISK INNOVATION, JOBS &
      WEALTH CREATION
      FUTURE ENTERPRISE VALUE DEFINED BY ECONOMIC CONTRIBUTION
    • EXPLOIT ENABLING TECHNOLOGY
    • POSITIONING
      AFTER YOU’VE CUT COSTS, LAID PEOPLE OFF, AND FOCUSED ON CORE
      CAPABILITIES. . .
      What Next?
      Wait For Market Return to Carry You Forward?
      Or Build a Growth Business Case. . .
      POSITION FOR SCALABLE ‘TOP LINE’ GROWTH ENABLED BY INNOVATION
    • BUILD A UNITED WORKFORCE
    • Have you. . .
      • Vision of what could be?
      • Done your ‘Alice Analysis’?
      • Targeted growth opportunities?
      • Developed executable growth managed plan?
    • In Business, Like the Wilds of Africa, you have to“Keep an Eye on The Prize!”
    • Every morning in Africa, a gazelle wakes up. It knows that it must run faster than the fastest lion, or IT WILL BE KILLED.
      Every morning in Africa, a lion wakes up. It knows that it must outrun the slowest gazelle, or IT WILL STARVE TO DEATH.
      In Business or Africa, it doesn’t matter whether you’re a lion or a gazelle. When the SUN COMES UP, YOU’D BETTER BE RUNNING!
    • U.S. Road to Recovery
      Most important question of all. . .
      Can Enterprise Owners & Leadership afford a long journey. . ?
      SMITH-TRG at http://www.SMITH-TRG.com
    • If not. . .
      Then commit to participate in the ‘U.S. Road to Recovery’ Project
      Contact: Richard D. Smith
      President & Managing Principal, SMITH-TRG
      RDSmith@SMITH-TRG.com
      M: 301.461.2387
    • THANK YOU
      SMITH-TRG
      http://www.SMITH-TRG.com