Example of value-added initiatives:

    • Advisory: improving corporate governance activities , board level support, target industry experts, intra-company executive networking
    • Regional portfolio mix: improving regional exposure of sales, adjusting the sales mix of business products and services, adjusting diversification levels
    • Strategic sales planning: target customer profile, value propositions, pricing, resource analysis/budgeting, improving customer service levels
    • Acquisitions and divestitures: expired business development experience, selling non-core businesses, simplifying business lines
    • Changing capex policies: Focusing on rational choices and cost management by design
    • Human resources:  improving human capital supply chain design, hiring, reputation, motivation, organisation, structure, compliance and having clear uniform fair compensation levels
    • Cash management: improving working capital management, increasing free cash flow levels, improving information quality, decision-making and communication with all stakeholders
    • Operational improvements: IT cost management, business process improvements, robotic process automation, and adjusting weighting of variable costs