With the winds of change worldwide and the world turning topsy turvy ( almost!) , Management Analysis needs a Breath of Fresh Air !
No longer just the analysis of numbers and building on Historical data !
New thinking, paradigm shifts are the order of the day !
And equally important do not just go by the Old Boy’s network and age old processes !
Align with a company that is in the throbbing midst of it all , part of the diverse community ( women, minorities , people of color) who form your Customer Ecosystem. No more sitting in an ivory tower and providing Management Analysis .
Work with DEC, part of the 99% strong backbone of the US Economy- a small ,diverse business with strong expertise in Management Analysis , and a fresh perspective !
Our people bring Master’s degrees across a variety of disciplines from Management to Finance, Information Technology, Marketing , and HR, backed by years of experience
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The CFO of a large Enterprise believed their costs were much higher than similar organizations in their industry . These costs were allocated to their member organizations which found the costs to be quite high .
DEC was brought in for the project. It was not just analyzing the costs, but also working with Enterprise divisional offices across the board to understand their strategic plans , the human capital requirements and look ahead for the next year.
DEC Principals built an evaluation framework and also used innovative methods like sandbox to capture the various scenarios while working with the Divisions .
Based on this, DEC carried out a detailed Management Analysis and presented Recommendations to the CFO., including equitable cost allocation.
The plan was implemented and highly appreciated by the member organizations
An organization was using age old processes and techniques for setting up their Performance metrics. The Business environment had changed considerably and the metrics no longer reflected the current scenario. As a result the Board found that the Executive Management was losing motivation , as despite their best efforts, goals and targets were often not met due to faulty application of the metrics
DEC was brought in to get a fresh perspective . DEC Principals spent time with Management and critical divisions to understand the Normal and Abnormal conditions.
DEC devised a set of metrics which were based on real world scenarios , had the flexibility to include some abnormal conditions. These metrics were both quantitative and qualitative . The Executive Management approved the new metrics , they are in use by the organization and have a planned review and validation cycle