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Fundamentals that work!

  • Art of Reduction

    AoR

    (Art of Reduction)
    Complexity. Unplugged.
    Art of Reduction expresses the idea of minimizing the complexity of things by reducing them to the simpler fundamental parts.
    The aim is to yield results that are as clear and meaningful as possible. What is not said or shown has equal value to what is said and shown.
  • Customers, Employees and Shareholders
    When effort by each vertex/shareholder is made, it has an effect on the other shareholders including success. Thus when the model is in equilibrium between all stakeholders, sustainable success can be achieved.

    CuES

    (Customers, Employees and Shareholders)
    Values. Effort. Success.
    CuES Model is a framework mimicking the building blocks of nature using pyramid-shaped tetrahedron, the strongest structure known.
    When value system for all the 3 stakeholders - Customers, Employees and Shareholders are in alignment and connected, the base for growth is set. The company is then primed to achieve the pinnacle of success.
    Each vertex at the base (Customers, Employees and Shareholders) is joined by the vertex at the top (Success) using the Carbon symbolized as the Effort (using the model of carbon tetrahedron).
  • Timing, Sequence and Combination
    It is important to make the distinction between permutations and combinations. In permutations, order matters and in combinations order does not matter.

    TSC

    (Timing, Sequence and Combination)
    Right Time. Right Path.
    Timing refers to the temporal space between events. Events that are important for creating a path must occur at propitious moments, and if they miss their moment, they might not have the same effect. Timing provides a way to evaluate the success of a event to establish (or disrupt) a path dependent process.
    Order. Essence.
    Mathematically, sequence is an ordered list of objects (or events). Sequencing is an important step in understanding and making sense of things. If sequence is not followed or broken, the essence is lost and the efforts shall go waste.
  • Core Strength Analysis

    CSA

    (Core Strength Analysis)
    Strength. Stability. To the core.
    Strength is an area in which one excels. In an efficient state, the Core Strength enables each of the structural components to operate optimally. Core Competency is a distinctive area of expertise of an organization built over time critical for long term success and is also called as Core Capability.
  • Products, Markets, Platforms

    PMP

    (Products, Markets, Platforms)
    Effective planning can help a company identify and focus on the intersection of Products, Markets and Platforms and build a sustainable competitive advantage. The availability of critical resources of Human Capital and Financial Capital coupled with a focused execution will set the company on the road to success.
  • Business Building Blocks

    3B

    (Business Building Blocks)
    To understand a system fully, it is necessary to have a comprehensive view of all the essential building blocks from which the system is made of. This will assist in realizing the goal of "Sum of parts is valuable than the whole!"
  • Practice, Patience, Perseverance

    3P

    (Practice, Patience, Perseverance)
    Human Capital is the defining and differentiating asset in today's knowledge economies moving at internet speed. Practice, Patience and Perseverance can enhance performance, retain employees and unlock the value of Human Capital both for the organization in specific and the society on the whole.
  • Reach, Revenue, Return on Investment

    3R

    (Reach, Revenue, Return on Investment)
    The most important 'R' of an organization which decides whether it shall live and breathe or collapse and disappear is "Return on Investment". Our 3R framework helps companies reach the right markets, create the brand awareness and enhance revenue generation and help achieve the returns needed for sustainable development.