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Get access to all our Business & Consulting Toolkits. Now you can learn how the Fortune 100 and Top Global Consulting Firms solve business problems and outperform their competitors. These Toolkits, Frameworks and Templates were created by ex-McKinsey, Deloitte & BCG Management Consultants over the past 5 years, after 20,000+ hours of work. They are considered as the world's best Business & Consulting Toolkits.

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Each Toolkit will help you reach multiple objectives:

1. Corporate & Business Strategy Toolkit
  • Define and implement your corporate and business strategy with our simple and comprehensive 4-phase strategic planning approach: (I) Set up your strategic planning project, (II) Gather & analyze data and provide key insights, (III) Define your strategic plan, and (IV) Implement, Track & Manage Progress
  • (I) Set up your strategic planning project: (1) Strategic planning team, (2) Guiding principles, (3) Strategic plan structure, (4) Strategic plan key inputs, (5) Strategic planning project plan
  • (II) Gather & analyze data and provide key insights: (1) Market analysis, (2) Competitor analysis, (3) Customer feedback, (4) Company data analytics team, (5) Employee feedback, (6) Executive feedback, (7) SWOT summary of the key business insights
  • (III) Define your strategic plan: (1) Mission, vision and values, (2) Strategy map including the strategic objectives to reach our vision, (3) Balanced scorecard including the key performance indicators linked to the strategic objectives, (4) List of potential initiatives to reach our strategic objectives, (5) Business cases and financial models to help us prioritize our list of potential projects, (6) Project prioritization, (7) Business roadmap including our prioritized projects
  • (IV) Implement, Track & Manage Progress: (1) Governance, (2) Dashboards, (3) Projects plans, (4) Project implementation: Agile, Design thinking and Traditional methodologies, (5) Quarterly update of the strategic plan based on new data, (6) Post projects evaluation and lessons learnt, (7) Post strategic planning evaluation and lessons learnt
  • Increase your know-how and become the subject matter expert of your organization with the top 21 strategy tools commonly used by Fortune 100 and Global Consulting firms: (1) Business Model, (2) Business Plan, (3) Profitability problem, (4) Entering a new market, (5) Introducing a new product, (6) Acquiring a company, (7) Pricing Strategies, (8) Objectives & Key Results (OKRs), (9) Blue Ocean Strategy, (10) Porter’s Generic Corporate Strategies, (11) Porter’s Five Forces, (12) Issue Tree, (13) Entry/Exit Barriers, (14) Five Whys, (15) Ansoff Growth Matrix, (16) Experience Curve, (17) Product Life Cycle, (18) Value Chain Analysis, (19) Value Driver Tree, (20) PESTLE, (21) Fishbone Diagram
2. Management Consulting Toolkit
  • Improve your management consulting skills with a simple and comprehensive 6-phase approach: (I) Create a business plan for your consulting practice, (II) Create a consulting proposal, (III) Prepare your legal agreements, (IV) Identify your client’s problem, (V) Find a solution using world-class frameworks & Tools, (VI) Present your recommendations.
  • (I) Create a business plan for your consulting practice: (1) Problem to solve and solution, (2) Mission, vision and strategic objectives, (4) Market analysis, (5) Competitor analysis, (6) Marketing plan, (7) Business structure, (8) Financial plan.
  • (II) Create a consulting proposal to better convince your prospects: (1) Our understanding of your situation, (2) Proposed approach, (3) Why us, (4) Proposed team and budget.
  • (III) Prepare your legal agreements: (1) Business consultant agreement, (2) Non-disclosure agreement, (3) Non-compete agreement.
  • (IV) Identify your client’s problem: (1) Methods to gather data, (2) Internal analysis: Financial analysis, Sales breakdown analysis, Cost breakdown analysis, Pricing analysis, HR analysis, Marketing analysis, Customers analysis, Suppliers analysis, (3) External analysis: Market analysis, Competitor analysis, (4) Problem identification tools: Issue tree, Five whys, Fishbone diagram, Problem definition worksheet.
  • (V) Find a solution using world-class frameworks & Tools: (1) Profitability problem framework, (2) Entering a new market, (3) Introducing a new product, (4) Acquiring a company, (5) Business model, (6) Mission & vision statement, (7) Strategy map & balanced scorecard, (8) Objectives and Key Results (OKR), (9) Initiatives prioritization, (10) Business case & financial model, (11) Mckinsey Seven-S, (12) Entry/exit barriers, (13) RACI matrix, (14) Porter’s generic corporate strategies, (15) Blue ocean strategy, (16) Ansoff growth matrix, (17) Product life cycle, (18) Maturity Model, (19) Process Mapping, (20) SWOT, (21) Value chain analysis, (22) Value driver tree, (23) Experience curve, (24) Pareto principle.
  • (VI) Present your recommendations: (1) Recommendations structure with the Pyramid Principle, (2) Top 300 ready-made consulting diagrams and charts: Business Roadmaps, Conceptual Charts, Dashboards, Editable Maps, Funnel Diagrams, Logical & Decision Trees, Matrix, Organizational Charts, Process Maps, Project Plans, Timelines & Gantt Charts, Speedometer Charts, Tables, Virtuous Cycle Charts, Waterfall Charts, Etc.
3. Operating Model and Organization Design Toolkit
  • Make your strategy happen in order to boost your company’s performance
  • Successfully implement an operating model and organization design initiative with our simple and comprehensive 3-phase approach: (I) Carry out a Business Case for change, (II) Assess Current State & Design Future State, (III) Define Roadmap and Implement
  • (I) Carry out a Business Case for change: (1) Business opportunity & suggested solution, (2) Project objectives and key performance indicators (KPIs), (3) Project scope, approach and high-level plan, (4) Deliverables, activities & key success factors, (5) Strategic Alignment, (6) Value: project initial investment, project costs, additional revenue generated, cost savings, cash flows and net present value, (7) Ease of implementation
  • (II) Assess Current State & Design Future State: (1) Capabilities, (2) Structure and governance, (3) Talent management, (4) Processes, (5) Technology, (6) Culture, (7) Executive summary, (8) Updated Business case
  • (III) Define Roadmap and Implement: (1) Roadmap to reach the target state, (2) Programs and projects governance, (3) Project initiation, (4) Project implementation, (5) Post project evaluation
4. Digital Transformation Toolkit
  • Undertake a successful digital transformation with a simple and comprehensive 5-phase approach: (I) Carry out a Business Case for Change, (II) Define the Digital Transformation Strategy, (III) Implement, Track & Manage Progress, (IV) Define and Implement the Change Management Strategy and Plan, (VI) Define and Implement the Communication Strategy and Plan
  • (I) Carry out a Business Case for Change: (1) Situation & key challenge, (2) Recommendation to launch a digital transformation, (3) Reasons for launching a digital transformation, such as “an increasingly digitally friendly world”, “a low digital maturity within our organization”, “an opportunity to generate additional revenue”, “an opportunity to decrease our costs”, “a great return on investment”, and “a perfect alignment with the corporate and business strategy”
  • (II) Define the Digital Transformation Strategy: (1) Key success factors, (2) Digital transformation program team, (3) Current and target digital maturity level, (4) Digital transformation vision, (5) Digital transformation strategic objectives to reach our vision, (6) List of potential projects to reach our strategic objectives, (7) Business cases to help us prioritize our list of potential projects, (8) Project prioritization, (9) Digital transformation roadmap including our prioritized projects, (10) Required technologies to implement the projects, (11) Required budget to implement the projects
  • (III) Implement, Track & Manage Progress: (1) Digital transformation program governance, (2) Digital transformation program dashboards, (3) Projects dashboards, (4) Projects plans, (5) Projects implementation using Agile, (6) Projects implementation using Design Thinking, (7) Projects implementation using the Traditional methodology, (8) Post projects evaluation and lessons learnt, (9) Post program evaluation and lessons learnt
  • (IV) Define and Implement the Change Management Strategy and Plan: (1) Company’s strategy, (2) Required change to implement the strategy, (3) Business roadmap, (4) Company readiness for change, (5) Structure and size of the change management team, (6) Roles & responsibilities, (7) Guiding principles, (8) Change Lean Canvas, (9) Change impact assessment, Etc.
  • (V) Define and Implement the Communication Strategy and Plan: (1) Communication Objectives, (2) Approach, (3) Communication Principles, (4) Key Stakeholder Groups, (5) Communication Channels, (6) Key Dependencies, (7) Communication Plan, Etc.
5. Change & Project Management Toolkit
  • Improve the change management capability of your organization with a simple and comprehensive 4-phase change management approach commonly used by Fortune 100 and Global Consulting firms: (I) Define the change management strategy, (II) Understand how people experience change, (III) Develop the change management plans, (IV) Implement, track & manage progress
  • (I) Define your change management strategy: (1) Company’s strategy, (2) Required change to implement the strategy, (3) Business roadmap, (4) Company readiness for change, (5) Structure and size of the change management team, (6) Roles & responsibilities, (7) Guiding principles, (8) Change Lean Canvas, (9) Change impact assessment, (10) Change management objectives and levers (ADKAR Model)
  • (II) Understand how people experience change: (1) Change Commitment Curve, (2) Change Personal Transition Curve, (3) Heart & Mind Human Drivers, (4) Innovation Adoption Curve, (5) Maslow Hierarchy of Human Needs, (6) Four Stages of Team Development, (7) Stakeholder analysis
  • (III) Develop your change management plans: (1) Overarching change management plan, (2) Communication plan, (3) Sponsorship plan, (4) Coaching plan, (5) Training plan, (6) Resistance management plan
  • (IV) Implement, track & manage progress: (1) Governance, (2) Overarching change management plan status report, (3) Communication plan status report, (4) Sponsorship plan status report, (5) Coaching plan status report, (6) Training plan status report, (7) Resistance management plan status report, (8) Change reinforcement
  • Improve the project management capability of your organization with a simple and comprehensive 3-phase project management approach commonly used by Fortune 100 and Global Consulting firms: (I) Build a business case & financial model, (II) Initiate the project, (III) Define and implement your project plan
  • (I) Build a business case & financial model to get your project approved by the executive committee: (1) Business opportunity & suggested solution, (2) Project objectives and key performance indicators (KPIs), (3) Project scope, approach and high-level plan, (4) Deliverables, activities & key success factors, (5) Strategic Alignment, (6) Value: project initial investment, project costs, additional revenue generated, cost savings, cash flows and net present value, (7) Ease of implementation
  • (II) Initiate your project: (1) Project charter, (2) Project challenges and key success factors, (3) RACI matrix, (4) Stakeholder analysis
  • (III) Define and implement your project plan: (1) High-level project plan, (2) Detailed project plan, (3) Project dashboard, (4) Parking lot, (5) Punch list, (6) Post project evaluation report
6. Strategic Planning Toolkit
  • Improve your Strategic Planning capability, and become the subject matter expert of your organization with a simple and comprehensive 4-phase strategic planning approach: (I) Set up your strategic planning project, (II) Gather & analyze data and provide key insights, (III) Define your strategic plan, and (IV) Implement, Track & Manage Progress
  • (I) Set up your strategic planning project: (1) Strategic planning team, (2) Guiding principles, (3) Strategic plan structure, (4) Strategic plan key inputs, (5) Strategic planning project plan
  • (II) Gather & analyze data and provide key insights: (1) Market analysis, (2) Competitor analysis, (3) Customer feedback, (4) Company data analytics team, (5) Employee feedback, (6) Executive feedback, (7) SWOT summary of the key business insights
  • (III) Define your strategic plan: (1) Mission, vision and values, (2) Strategy map including the strategic objectives to reach our vision, (3) Balanced scorecard including the key performance indicators linked to the strategic objectives, (4) List of potential initiatives to reach our strategic objectives, (5) Business cases and financial models to help us prioritize our list of potential projects, (6) Project prioritization, (7) Business roadmap including our prioritized projects
  • (IV) Implement, Track & Manage Progress: (1) Governance, (2) Dashboards, (3) Projects plans, (4) Project implementation: Agile, Design thinking and Traditional methodologies, (5) Quarterly update of the strategic plan based on new data, (6) Post projects evaluation and lessons learnt, (7) Post strategic planning evaluation and lessons learnt
7. Human Resources & Talent Management Toolkit
  • Attract, develop and retain top talent with our simple and comprehensive 4-phase approach: (I) Carry out a Business Case for change, (II) Define and communicate the HR and Talent Management Strategy, (III) Develop & Communicate the Detailed Plans, (IV) Implement & Monitor
  • (I) Carry out a Business Case for change: (1) Business opportunity & suggested solution, (2) Project objectives and key performance indicators (KPIs), (3) Project scope, approach and high-level plan, (4) Deliverables, activities & key success factors, (5) Strategic Alignment, (6) Value: project initial investment, project costs, additional revenue generated, cost savings, cash flows and net present value, (7) Ease of implementation
  • (II) Define and communicate the HR and Talent Management Strategy: (1) Summary of the corporate and business strategy, (2) HR and talent management capability maturity model, (3) Current state and target state, (4) HR and talent management mission, vision and strategic objectives, (5) HR and talent management team and budget, (6) Governance structure, (7) Guiding principles, (8) Ten pillars to enable the HR and talent management strategy, (9) Updated business case
  • (III) Develop & Communicate the Detailed Plans: (1) Capabilities, (2) Structure & governance, (3) Culture, (4) Competency management, (5) Recruitment, (6) Leadership development and training, (7) Mentoring, (8) Performance management and succession, (9) Reward and recognition, (10) Reassignment or termination
  • (IV) Implement & Monitor: (1) Implementation roadmap, (2) Program and project governance, (3) Project initiation (4) Project implementation & monitoring, (5) Post project evaluation
8. Mergers and Acquisitions Toolkit
  • Increase your Mergers and Acquisitions success rate with our 6-phase M&A Approach: (I) Define your M&A Strategy, (II) Identify Target Companies, (III) Build a Business Case and Financial Modeling, (IV) Conduct a Due Diligence, (V) Execute Transaction, (VI) Conduct the Post Merger Integration
  • Define your M&A Strategy: (1) Company mission, vision and values, (2) M&A strategic objectives and key performance indicators, (3) M&A team, (4) M&A guiding principles, (5) Target screening criteria
  • Identify Target Companies: (1) Potential target companies and data collection, (2) High-level assessment of potential target companies, (3) Shortlisted potential targets, (4) Financial statements analysis, (5) Business valuation, (6) Targets approved for the business case phase
  • Build a Business Case and Financial Modeling: (1) Strategic benefit, (2) Feasibility, (3) Financial benefit, (4) Financial modeling to estimate transaction cost, revenue synergy, cost synergy, net present value, ROI, and internal rate of return, (5) Letter on intent or term sheet
  • Conduct a Due Diligence (CDD) to identify the likely future performance of a company: (1) Work plan including key business case hypotheses & assumptions, (2) Due diligence to validate key hypotheses and assumptions, (3) Updated business valuation, (4) Recommendation to make (or not) a formal offer to acquire the target company
  • Execute Transaction: (1) Deal structure, (2) M&A negotiations, (3) Signing and closing the M&A deal
  • Conduct a successful Post Merger Integration to ensure the company reach its cost and revenue synergy targets : (1) Post merger integration strategy & high-level plan, (2) Post merger integration detailed plans, (3) Implementation and monitoring
9. Post Merger Integration Toolkit
  • Conduct a post merger integration to ensure the company reach its cost and revenue synergy targets
  • Increase the value creation of your mergers & acquisitions with a simple and comprehensive post merger integration 3-phase approach: (I) Strategy & high-level plan, (II) Detailed plans, (III) Implementation & monitoring
  • Define & communicate your post merger acquisition strategy & high-level plan: (1) Merger strategic objectives, (2) Integration management office, (3) Guiding principles, (4) Post merger integration high-level plan, (5) Top layer organizational structure, (6) Top management appointment, (7) Training to help managers set up their team, (8) Integrated synergy baseline, (9) Synergy targets, (10) Potential integration & synergy initiatives, (11) Business cases and financial models, (12) Integration & synergy initiatives prioritization
  • Develop & communicate the detailed plans: (1) Detailed integration plan including the Day 1 readiness checklist, (2) Integration & synergy initiatives plan, (3) Change management strategy and plan, (4) Communication strategy and plan, (5) Culture integration strategy and plan, (6) Risk management strategy and plan, (7) Staffing & retention plan
  • Implement and monitor the post merger integration high-level plan and detailed plans: (1) High-level plan status, (2) Detailed plans status, (3) Integration lessons learned, (4) Institutionalization of the updated PMI Toolkit
  • Become the post merger integration subject matter expert of your organization
10. Sales, Marketing & Communication Strategy Toolkit
  • Define & implement your sales strategy & plan by leveraging our ready-made sales strategy & plan, which includes sections such as “Market analysis”, “Competitor analysis”, “SWOT”, “Mission and vision statements”, “Sales strategic goals and KPIs”, “Channel strategy”, “Initiatives”, and “Plan of actions”.
  • Define & implement your marketing strategy & plan by leveraging our ready-made marketing strategy & plan, which includes sections such as “Market analysis”, “Competitor analysis”, “Sales analysis”, “SWOT”, “Marketing strategic objectives”, “Marketing team & budget”, “Digital & traditional marketing levers to reach our strategic objectives”, “Products, prices & channels of distribution”, and “Marketing plan”.
  • Define & implement your communication strategy & plan by leveraging our ready-made communication strategy & plan, which includes sections such as “Communication Strategy”, “Background & Context”, “Communication Objectives”, “Approach”, “Communication Principles”, “Overarching Messages”, “Key Stakeholder Groups”, “Communication Channels”, “Key Dependencies”, “Communication Risks”, “High-Level Communication Plan”, and “Detailed Communication Plan”.
  • Define and implement your pricing strategy: (1) Increase your Pricing background knowledge, (2) Define the pricing maturity level of your business, (3) Define your Pricing Strategy, (4) Make sure you avoid price war.
  • Carry out a market & competitor analysis to better define your strategy and outperform your competitors.
  • Understand the product life cycle: (1) Introduction, (2) Growth, (3) Maturity, (4) Decline.
  • Conduct a stakeholder analysis: (1) List stakeholders who can influence your project or be impacted by it, (2) Segment your key stakeholders by leveraging our Stakeholder Analysis Matrix in Powerpoint, (3) Define & implement a plan of actions for each stakeholder by leveraging our Detailed Stakeholder Analysis Matrix in Excel.
11. Business Plan and Entrepreneurship Toolkit
  • Build, run and scale your own business with our comprehensive and simple 6-phase approach: (I) Generate business ideas & select the most promising one, (II) Define your business model & identify your critical assumptions, (III) Gather data to validate or invalidate your critical assumptions, (IV) Build a business plan, (V) Implement your business plan and gather more data along the way, (VI) Estimate the value of your business and raise funds.
  • (I) Generate business ideas & select the most promising one: (1) Business idea generator, (2) Business ideas prioritization.
  • (II) Define your business model & identify your critical assumptions: (1) Key partners, (2) Key activities, (3) Key resources, (4) Value propositions, (5) Customer relationships, (6) Channels, (7) Customer segments, (8) Cost structure, (9) Revenue stream, (10) Identify your most critical assumptions.
  • (III) Gather data to validate or invalidate your critical assumptions: (1) Data required to validate or invalidate our critical assumptions, (2) Methods to get the required data, (3) New data and insights, (4) Impacts on our business model, (5) Impacts on our business ideas prioritization.
  • (IV) Build a business plan: (1) Problem to solve & solution, (2) Mission, vision & strategic objectives, (3) Target market, (4) Market analysis, (5) Competitor analysis, (6) Marketing plan, (7) Business structure, (8) Financial plan.
  • (V) Implement your business plan and gather more data along the way: (1) Stakeholder management, (2) Key performance indicators (KPIs) dashboard, (3) Action plan, (4) Monthly budget to monitor the expenses and the revenue of your venture, (5) New data and insights, (6) Impacts on our business plan and business model.
  • (VI) Estimate the value of your business and raise funds: (1) Company’s financial performance analysis: Income statement, Balance sheet statement, Cash flow statement, Financial ratios, Sales breakdown analysis, and Cost breakdown analysis, (2) Top 3 business valuation methods including discounted cash flow valuation model, precedent transaction analysis and comparable company analysis, (3) Venture capital 101 presentation: Venture capital industry, the venture capital 6-phase process, how venture capital firms decide which startup they should fund, and the growth stages and funding rounds of a successful start-up (4) Investor and startup term sheet: Post-money valuation, Amount of financing, Size of option pool, Vesting periods, Board representation, and a summary of all the terms and pitfalls to avoid.
12. Operations & Supply Chain Management Toolkit
  • Improve your supply chain management capability with our 5-phase approach: (1) Supply Chain Strategy, (2) Demand & Supply Chain Planning, (3) Sourcing & Procurement, (4) Manufacturing, (5) Logistics & Distribution
  • Define and implement your supply chain strategy: (1) Current state, (2) Best practices & benchmarks, (3) Future state, (4) Gap analysis, (5) Roadmap
  • Improve your organizational performance by simplifying processes and improving process reliability with Lean Six Sigma and the DMAIC methodology: (1) Define, (2) Measure, (3) Analyze , (4) Improve, (5) Control
  • Apply Business Process Management (BPM) to design, implement and optimize your specific business processes
  • Build a business case and financial model to get your project approved by the executive committee: (1) Business opportunity & suggested solution, (2) Project objectives and key performance indicators (KPIs), (3) Project scope, approach and high-level plan, (4) Deliverables, activities & key success factors, (5) Strategic Alignment, (6) Value: project initial investment, project costs, additional revenue generated, cost savings, cash flows and net present value, (7) Ease of implementation
  • Prioritize a company’s potential initiatives based on impact and effort, and build your roadmap
13. Risk Management Toolkit
  • Define and implement your risk management strategy and plan: (1) Summary of the corporate and business strategy, (2) Risk appetite, (3) Risk management capability maturity model, (4) Risk management mission, vision and strategic objectives, (5) Risk management KPIs, targets and initiatives, (6) Roadmap to reach our strategic objectives, (7) Risk management team and budget, (8) Governance structure, (9) Guiding principles, (10) Framework to manage risk
  • Easily identify, assess and mitigate the key risks & issues of your project or company by leveraging our risk management 7-phase approach, risk log, issue log, risk assessment matrix, and risk & issue dashboard
  • Prioritize your risks based on the potential impact of the risk and the probability of the risk to happen
  • Automatically calculate your number of high, medium and low priority risks & issues with our risk & issue dashboard
  • Present a robust risk management approach and risk assessment overview to your board of directors, executive committee or program manager
  • Get a high-level view of all your risks with our 3 by 3 Risk Prioritization Matrix and 5 by 5 Risk Prioritization Matrix
14. Leadership & Managerial Skills Toolkit
  • Resolve complex problems and structure your recommendations..
  • Communicate effectively: (1) Don’t use verbal “Communication killers”, (2) Use verbal “Communication openers”, (3) Use non-verbal communication efficiently, (4) Do your homework prior to a real conversation, (5) Encourage someone to continue to talk and tell her story, (6) Check that you’ve understood another person’s position, (7) Use open questions and closed questions smartly, (8) Communicate differently depending on the person’s style.
  • Negotiate effectively: (1) Use a “win-win” mindset, (2) Share “win-win” mindset with the other party, (3) Go back to the needs, (4) Be hard on the problem, (5) Emphasize common ground, (6) Be prepared, (7) Double check your understanding, (8) Respond not react, (9) Analyse strengths and weaknesses, (10) Sharpen your saw.
  • Manage your time: (1) Have a very well-organized filing system, (2) Avoid procrastination, (3) Avoid being interrupted and distracted to reach a state of high productivity, (4) Avoid ineffective meeting, (5) Master efficient tool such as Outlook, (6) Never start from scratch, (7) Know how to prioritize.
  • Manage your team: (1) Build trust among your team, (2) Define your team’s mission, vision and values, (3) Define your team’s key goals, (4) Define the key roles and responsibilities, (5) Define the ways of working, (6) Create a one-page team charter with your team, (7) Know how to coach your team members, (6) Role model a “constructive” culture, (7) Manage change.
  • Manage your stakeholders: (1) List stakeholders who can influence your project or be impacted by it, (2) Segment your key stakeholders, (3) Define & implement a plan of actions for each stakeholder.
  • Define your personal mission, goals and values: (1) Define your personal mission statement and vision statement, (2) Define your long-term and short-term goals, (3) Define your behaviors and values, (4) Build your personal development poster.
15. Finance and Investment Toolkit
  • Get your project approved by the executive committee with our ready-made business case: (1) Business opportunity & suggested solution, (2) Project objectives and key performance indicators (KPIs), (3) Project scope, approach and high-level plan, (4) Deliverables, activities & key success factors, (5) Strategic alignment, (6) Value, (7) Ease of implementation.
  • Build simple or sophisticated financial models to estimate the financials of your project or new venture: revenue, cost savings, cash flow, net present value (NPV), return on investment (ROI), internal rate of return (IRR), payback period, Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC), project capex, profit & loss (P&L), economic value added (EVA), etc.
  • Build your 3 financial statements using our simple or sophisticated ready-made income statements, cash flow statements and balance sheets.
  • Build a “3 financial statement” model that links your 3 financial statements together and includes different scenarios.
  • Analyze the 3 financial statements and a company’s performance by leveraging key financial ratios such as efficiency ratios, solvency ratios, liquidity ratios, profitability ratios, leverage ratios and return on investment ratios.
  • Create a robust business & financial plan including sections such as “Problem to Solve & Solution”, “Mission, Vision & Strategic Objectives”, “Target Market”, “Market Analysis”, “Competitor Analysis”, “Marketing Plan”, “Business Structure”, “Profit & Loss forecast”, “Cash Flow Forecast”, and “Balance Sheet Forecast”.
  • Identify the key drivers of your profit to easily explain your profit growth or profit decline, and act accordingly.
  • Prioritize your initiatives based on value and ease of implementation.
  • Create a monthly budget to monitor the expenses and the revenue of your team or project.
  • Value businesses based on the top 4 valuation methods: Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Analysis, Discounted Future Earnings Analysis, Precedent Transaction Analysis and Comparable Company Analysis.
  • Define your share investment strategy by leveraging our real-life example based on the thinking of some of the best share investors of all time such as Warren Buffet, Charlie Munger, Ray Dalio, and Bill Ackman.
  • Create a share watchlist in 1 Excel sheet linked to the stock market to monitor investing opportunities with indicators automatically changing colors when the price of a share becomes more attractive.
  • List all your domestic and foreign share trades with our ready-made Excel table, which will save you time and money during tax time.
  • Display the true performance of your stock portfolio with a ready-made Excel table and dashboard commonly used by hedge funds.

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    Ex-Deloitte Consultant

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    15 years of experience

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    Specializes in Digital Transformation & Strategy

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    Former Head of Corporate Strategy

    Dedicated to Shareholder Value Improvement

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    Columbia University

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    Led projects for Fortune 500 clients

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    Corporate Finance & Management Consulting

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