First it is by providing executives (and aspiring to executive management, as well as anyone committed to Fast-Learning!) with practical solutions that make it simpler to manage value creation and focus on what matters most, therefore highly configurable solutions to your specific purpose and goals. It brings in more than an MBA knowledge (I went through it, but it targets more business executives than investment management professionals, and Private Equity knowledge is the best I know to manage value creation; nevertheless mastering business administration and operational value creation levers should go along with), and it is even more valuable because it is integrated and it has been built based on a varied professional experience in nearly all businesses functions with expertise in the key disciplines that contribute most to value creation.
Second it is HOW you will use it. And it’s been designed so that you will learn much faster, you will be able to integrate your own challenges whatever they are, and leverage everything that matters to value while getting on the one hand a direct connection and innovative management opportunities with the front-end (key) and back-end (front-end wired) of your business, and developing on the other hand forward-looking / market opportunities / value focused habits.
What about the key findings that show the potential of a highly integrated solution focused on Value?
One preliminary finding is that strategy and finance, that are key areas to manage value, are not spread enough — especially not accessible to small businesses, even more in my native country than in the US (US advisory market’s largest segment — 2015 market search data — is corporate strategy, that accounts for around 30% of the management and marketing consultancy domestic market, while in France..