Management Consulting Techniques, Tools and Frameworks
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Management Consulting Techniques, Tools and Frameworks

Most useful consulting skills, techniques from top consulting firms like McKinsey, BCG, Bain
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Last updated 7/2020
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What you'll learn
  • Master management consulting tools, techniques and frameworks
  • Apply the right elements from your management consulting toolbox
  • Analyze fast problems that are killing your business
  • Find fast potential improvements in your business
  • Prepare you to move on to intermediate level management consulting training
  • Calculate in Excel the impact of your proposals
  • Expand your toolbox with new useful methods
  • Learn how to analyze fast and efficiently
Requirements
  • Basic or intermediate Excel
  • Basic knowledge of economics or finance
Description

What is the aim of this course?

This course will help you drastically improve your knowledge of management consulting techniques, tools and frameworks. It is designed for people who want to become management consultants, business analysts or are dealing with performance improvements as well as strategic projects in their firms. In the course you will learn 3 things:  

  • What consulting techniques, tools and frameworks there are  

  • When to apply each and one of them  

  • How to use them in practice including examples how to calculate specific things in Excel  

The course is based on my 14 years of experience as a consultant in top consulting companies and as a Board Member responsible for strategy, performance improvement and turn-arounds in biggest companies from Retail, FMCG, SMG, B2B and services sector that I worked for.  On the basis of what you will find in this course I have trained over 100 consultants, business analysts and managers who are now CEO, COO, Directors of Sales, Production, Investment Directors in PE funds, Directors in Consulting Companies, Board Members etc. On top of that my courses on Udemy were already taken by more than 45 000 students including people working in Walmart, EY, Dell, Booz Allen Hamilton, Alvarez & Marsal  

I teach through cases, so for every tool, technique and framework I provide an example, preferably in Excel, that shows you how to apply the knowledge in practice. To most of lectures you will find attached  (in additional resources) the Excels shown in the lecture so as a part of this course you will also get a library of ready-made analyses that can, with certain modification, be applied by you in your work. If you are already working in Management Consulting this course will give you an advantage over your colleagues and will help you get promoted faster to a Project Manager.  


Why I decided to create this course?
 

Management consulting has been very creative and has produced or popularized the application of many tools, techniques and frameworks that can be used to improve any business. By putting them in one course and explaining them using real life examples, I wanted to make this knowledge available to students that are considering joining Management Consulting firms as well as managers that simply need to expand their toolbox with few useful tools.  

Things you will find in this course will improve your awareness and skills in analyzing problems that you will be facing in business as well as in private life.  Thanks to this course, you will know what tool, technique or framework to use and how to use it in practice.  

To sum it up, I believe that if you want to build or to find improvements in any business you should master techniques presented in this course. That is why, I highly recommend this course not only to consultants or business analyst that have to advice their customers, but also to owners, founders of businesses as well as managers and directors.  


In what way will you benefit from this course?
 

The course is a practical, step by step guide loaded with tones of analyses, tricks, hints that will significantly improve the speed and efficiency of your business. There is little theory – mainly examples, a lot of tips from my own experience as well as other notable examples worth mentioning. Our intention is that thanks to the course you will learn:  

  1. What management consulting tools, techniques and frameworks are available  

  2. How to understand business using management consulting tools, techniques and frameworks  

  3. How to apply in practice those techniques, tools and frameworks to optimize the business and take strategic decisions  

You can also ask me any question either through the discussion field or by messaging me directly.  

How the course is organized?  

The course is divided currently in 4 sections and I will be adding new sections to address other important issues. Currently you will find the following sections:  

  • Introduction. We begin with little intro into the course      as well as some general info on production  

  • Basic tools, techniques and frameworks used by management consultants. In the second section I will discuss the main tools that you can use to analyze and understand a business. We will talk about things like: issue tree, bottom-up approach, top-down approach, backward reasoning, 80/20 rule, benchmarking, cost drivers, opportunity tree and many, many more   

  • Intermediate tools, techniques and frameworks used by management consultants. In this section I will discuss more advanced techniques such as: rankings, scenario analysis, representative element analysis, decision tree, OEE, OLE, theory of constraints, Critical Chain and many, many more   

  • Advanced tools, techniques and frameworks used by management consultants. In this section I will discuss further more advanced techniques such as: simulation analysis, decomposition analysis, feasibility analysis and sensitivity analysis   

I will be adding new sections and lectures in the coming months  

   

You will be able also to download many additional resources  

  1. Excels with analyses shown in the course  

  2. Presentation of slides show in the course  

  3. Links to additional presentations and movies  

  4. Links to books worth reading  

   

At the end of my course, students will be able to…  

1.Master management consulting tools, techniques and frameworks   

2. Apply the right elements from your management consulting toolbox   

3. Analyze fast problems that are killing your business   

4. Find fast potential improvements in your business   

5. Prepare you to move on to intermediate level management consulting training   

6. Calculate in Excel the impact of your proposals

Who this course is for:
  • Students that are considering becoming management consultants
  • Management Consultants
  • Business Analysts
  • Small and medium business owners
  • Startups founders
  • Managers
  • Controllers
Course content
Expand all 128 lectures 05:45:11
+ Introduction
5 lectures 07:13

In this lecture I will show you what you can learn in this course.

Preview 01:28

A few words about your humble teacher

Preview 01:47

I will show you how the course is organized

How this course will be organized?
00:49

Here I will show you what to do if a blurry image appears

What to do if a blurry image appears
02:04

Here I will show you how to find additional resources attached to the coruse like Excel files, presentations, links etc.

How to reach additional resources
01:05
+ Basic tools, techniques and frameworks – Part 1
30 lectures 01:16:55

In the second section I will discuss the main tools that you can use to analyze and understand a business. We will talk about things like: issue tree, bottom-up approach, top-down approach, backward reasoning, 80/20 rule, benchmarking, cost drivers, opportunity tree and many, many more

Preview 01:48

In this lecture you will get to know our favorite method for first rough estimation – the bottom-up method. We give you also 2 examples with Excel calculation how to use it.

Preview 07:53

Top-down is the little brother of bottom-up approach – not used that often but still very useful for re-segmenting the market (niche an low cost strategy)

Top-down approach
03:45

Le'ts use the Bottom-up approach to estimate a ceramic tile market

Ceramic tile market – Case Introduction
00:17

Here I present you the case. You will be asked to estimate the market for ceramic tiles 

Ceramic tile market - case to be solved
01:29

In this lecture I will show you the logical structure to the case presented in the previous lecture

Ceramic tile market - solution
03:13

Once you are done with the logical structure you should build the analysis in Excel on the basis of it

Ceramic tile market - solution in Excel
04:35

The data you have gathered will be used in your business analysis. You can also fill in the slides prepared in the very beginning and modify it if needed

Ceramic tile market - Presentation in Power Point
01:09

In this lecture I show the backward thinking /induction. This approach enables you to design the whole process, company on the bases of the expected outcome

Preview 02:43

Let’s try to put the backward reasoning to practice. In this case study we will use it to decide what effort has to be done to 10x the current business. A few information about the retailer

  • He has currently 100 stores. Each store sales are equal to EUR 2 M

  • He wants to 10x the business up to Year 5

  • Estimate what LFL growth he must get and how many stores he must open

  • Assuming EUR 1 M per store estimate the Capex

  • Estimate how many people he has to recruit assuming 6 people per store

Backward logic based decisions – Case Introduction
01:03

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures 

Backward logic based decisions – Solution
04:10

Backward logic can be used in many situations. Below some of them

  • You have a clear goal in the future but not a clear path towards it

  • You want to estimate the pace needed to reach the goal

  • You want to check the implications for you or your department

  • You want to see what are the limitations preventing you from reaching the goal

  • You want to see whether the goal is not too ambitious

  • You want to see whether the goal does not require too big resources

Backward logic based decisions – When it makes sense to use it
02:14

In many cases you can get high end result from compounding effect in time or by getting small improvements in many areas. In this lecture I will explain the concept

Preview 01:52

Imagine that you have to help content agency estimate what will be the effect of increasing the number of posts produced by 10% every month. Use the compounded effect to estimate it

Compounded effect – Case Study Introduction
01:34

Here we will have a look at the Data Available that will help you with solving the case study introduced in the previous lecture

Compounded effect – Available Data
02:26

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

Compounded effect – Solution
03:58

Issue tree is a simple yet powerful concept used in consulting for structuring discussion and picking the right topics to concentrate on. In this lecture I will show you the principles of using it as well as a practical example

Preview 01:44

In this lecture I will summarize what kind of examples of issue treess we will present in the next few lectures

Issue tree – Examples Introduction
00:53

Here I will show example of an issue tree in Logistics

Issue tree – Logistics
01:42

Here I will show example of an issue tree in Retail

Preview 03:46

Here I will show you ana example of Isse tree in FMCG

Issue tree example for a FMCG firm
04:41

In this lecture we will talk briefly about applying the low hanging fruits in practice. I will show you the principles of using it as well as a practical example

Preview 02:43

Now let’s see on a bit more advanced case study how to apply the low hanging fruit in practice.

In the next lecture we will develop a modification of low-hanging fruit framework to cost reduction. We will also apply it to a drugstore chain that has 4 000 stores and want to reduce it costs to survive the recession.

Enjoy the case study and as always if you have any questions please let me know

Low hanging fruits – Case Studies
00:18

Let’s look how the quick win framework looks for savings. We will look at 2 dimensions:

  • What is the potential savings we can achieve

  • How easy it is to implement it?

We will have thanks to 4 categories of projects that we can consider:

  • Cow savings – easy to kill and big

  • Elephant – difficult to catch yet big

  • Chicken savings – easy to kill yet you need to kill a lot of them not to be hungry

  • Bat savings – small and difficult to catch

Quick wins for cost reduction
02:49

Remember that the potential reduction in costs depends on 2 elements: potential percentage cost reduction and the cost starting point:

  • Potential % cost reduction

  • Cost starting point

We will discuss this in this lecture

Quick wins for cost reduction – Remarks on Pontetial Savings
03:49

Imagine that you have to identify quick wins in cost reduction for an international chain of drugstores. We know their cost structure

  • A few information about the firm that we will be analyzing

  • They have 4 000 stores

  • We have their cost structure

  • They have send us a list of projects that will help them reduce costs

  • Estimate the potential and group them using the quick wins framework

Quick wins in Drugstore – Case Introduction
00:57

In this lecture we will solve the previously introduced case

Quick wins in Drugstore – Cost Structure
02:59

In this lecture we will solve the previously introduced case

Quick wins in Drugstore – Cost Reduction
03:06

In this lecture we will solve the previously introduced case

Quick wins in Drugstore – Summary
02:39

We cover in this course the most essential techniques, tools and frameworks.

We know that sometimes is difficult to decide which technique, tool or framework you should use for solving specific problem.

Therefore, we have created a cheat sheet that will narrow down your search. Below a link to the overview of all tools:

Management Consultant Tools Overview

Go to the sheet “Finder” and pick on the left the problem you want to solve.

On the right the most useful techniques, tools, frameworks for specific problem will appear. You can use one of them or in some cases all of them. This will depend on the context. A lot of those methods we cover in this course.

I hope this will help you with using the content of this course in practice afterwards.

If there is a problem that you are facing that we did not cover please let me know. We will be updating this tool using your feedback.

So enjoy the rest of the course!

Management Consulting Tools, Techniques, Frameworks Overview
00:39
+ Basic tools, techniques and frameworks – Part 2
26 lectures 01:06:56

Without setting the right priorites to tasks you may end-up concentrating on the wrong things.In this lecture we will discuss the ways in which you can set priorities to tasks that you have to perform. At the end I will apply them in an example to show you the difference in outcome

Setting Priorities
04:19

In this lecture I will discuss the role of external and internal benchmarks. They are a powerful help in business and will help you boost your productivity yet have to be used with caution.  At the end I will apply them in an example to show you the difference in outcomes.

Benchmarks – external and internal
03:16

In this lecture I will show you how to use in practice 80/20 rule also known as Pareto principal

Preview 03:04

Goals are good as long as they are SMART. In this lecture we will talk briefly about applying this useful concept in practice. I will show you the principles of using it as well as a practical example: some of them general and one specific for consulting

Preview 05:50

Opportunity tree is a tool that you can use to generate new ideas to improve your business by looking at main drivers of your business

Opportunity Tree
03:19

If you want to understand well a business you have to be able to identify the cost drivers that shape the business model. In this lecture I will show you how to do that

Cost drivers
02:32

Key Performance Indicators are extremely important to understand and manage a business. In this lecture I will show you how this is achieved. In the next lectures I will show You using an exmaple of a cinema company how to apply KPIs in practices

KPIs and business drivers – Introduction
02:53

In the next few lectures I show how to estimate the potential improvement in a cinema

Introduction to the KPIs for cinema case
00:52

In this lecture I will show you the case you have to solve. As a first step you will have to define the KPIs that matter in the cinema business

KPIs for cinema – case to be solved
00:33

In this lecture I will show you the logical structure to the case presented in the previous lecture

KPIs for cinema – solution
01:53

Once you are done with the logical structure you should build the analysis in Excel on the basis of it

KPIs for cinema - solution in Excel
05:15

The data you have gathered will be used in your business analysis. You can also fill in the slides prepared in the very beginning and modify it if needed

KPIs for cinema - Presentation in Power Point
01:57

In this case study you will be asked to define the drivers and KPIs for the marketplace / 2-sided business model

KPIs for marketplace – Problem
00:37

In this lecture I will discuss the KPIs that you should concentrate on in marketplace business model

Preview 02:57

In this lecture I will discuss the KPIs that you should concentrate on in marketplace business model

KPIs for marketplace – Alternative Solution
01:55

In this case study you will be asked to define the drivers and KPIs for the FMCG business model

KPIs for a FMCG business model – Problem
00:49

Here we will discuss the main drivers for the FMCG business model

Main drivers for FMG business model
01:52

Here we will discuss the main drivers for the FMCG business model

KPIs for a FMCG business model – Solution
03:36

In this case study you will be asked to define the drivers and KPIs for the SaaS business model


KPIs for SaaS – Problem
00:57

Here I will show you some examples of SaaS businesses. This will help you to understand the nature of the business and define proper drivers and KPIs

Examples of SaaS businesses
02:03

In this lecture I will discuss the KPIs that you should concentrate on in SaaS business model

KPIs for SaaS – Solution
02:40

Let's see what you have learnt.

Short Contest
01:00

Here I show basic rules for Excel that you should flow

Excel – basic rules for every Management Consultant
04:22

Here we will briefly discuss what you should learn when it comes to Excel

Resources that will help you master Excel
01:01

Power Pointe presentation is the second most important tools to be used by Business Analyst in his work. After all it is not only important to analyse data and draw conclusions but also to show them in a nice manner to decision makers. Here you will learn basic rules on how to build your Power Point deck in fast and easy manner. You will see also some examples of good and bad slides. There are many advanced tools for presentation (i.e.) Prezi. Still Power Point is the most often used and widely accepted

Power Point – how it should be used by business analyst
05:47

Here we will summarize all the methods we have learnt in this section

Basic tools – Summary
01:37
+ Intermediate tools, techniques and frameworks – Part 1
25 lectures 01:07:10

In this section I will discuss more advanced techniques such as: rankings, scenario analysis, representative element analysis, decision tree, OEE, OLE, theory of constraints, Critical Chain and many, many more

Preview 02:07

Quite often you have options that you want to somehow compare and rank them. Thanks to the ranking you not only give points but you can sort them from the most wanted to the least desired. In this lecture I will show you how to use rankings and when

Preview 03:27

Let’s have a look at milk producer that wants to expand its product range. In this case you will be asked to analyze and find the best candidates for brand expansions. 

Preview 02:38

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures.

Preview 03:29

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures.

Preview 02:57

Creating an expansion strategy requires you to do a number of things. I will show you in this lecture how to approach this subject

Expansion strategy into other countries - intro
02:48

In this lecture I will start the case study that we will be solving for the next few lectures. Imagine that you are a Spanish fashion retailer and you want to figure out which countries you should enter. Therefore, you prepare a ranking of countrires that show attractivness and the size of each and every market.

Expansion strategy into other countries – Case Introduction
02:17

In this lecture we solve previously introduced case.

Expansion strategy into other countries – Data for the case study
03:44

In this lecture we solve previously introduced case.

Expansion strategy into other countries – Which function to use
04:53

In this lecture we solve previously introduced case.

Expansion strategy into other countries – Solution in Excel
03:32

In this lecture we solve previously introduced case.

Expansion strategy into other countries – Solution in Power Point
02:30

Future is pretty difficult to figure out. You don’t know what will happen. In those cases it is a good idea to consider a few different scenarios. One of the ways to face it is via scenario analysis. I will show you how to use it in practice

Preview 03:21

Price formula in B2B services can drastically impact the margins and net profit. In this lecture we will go through a case that will show you how to approach analysis of price formula with uncertainty on the scenario that will happen

Preview 02:47

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures

Preview 03:47

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures

Which price formula is the best for my profits – Solution – Mixed Options
02:37

To help you understand the scenario method let’s have a look at another cases study.

Imagine that you work for a ceramic tile producer that wants to increase the demand for his service.

He is considering 3 different scenarios. In the next few lectures I will show you how you can approach this sort of case studies.

Enjoy and if you have any questions please let me know


Scenario analysis – How to shorten the lifespan of a product
00:16

Imagine that you are working for a ceramic tiles producer that wants to change the frequency at which customers are remodeling its houses. Your task is to analyze and decide which way is the best

How to shorten the lifespan of a product – Case Introduction
01:59

There are some standard ways to make people shorten the lifespan. In this lecture we will discuss them

How to shorten the lifespan of a product – General rules
03:49

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to shorten the lifespan of a product – Current Situation
02:46

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to shorten the lifespan of a product – Fad
02:35

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to shorten the lifespan of a product – Lower Costs
01:46

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to shorten the lifespan of a product – Simplify Exchange
01:23

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to shorten the lifespan of a product – Parameters
02:24

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to shorten the lifespan of a product – Comparison
01:22

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to shorten the lifespan of a product – Solution in Power Point
01:56
+ Intermediate tools, techniques and frameworks – Part 2
21 lectures 57:24

In many cases there are a lot of options that you can consider. For simplicity you want to limit the options and get down to 1-5 representative elements. In this lecture I will show you how to use this technique in practice

Preview 02:35

This case will show you how to compare the non-comparable. I will show you what to do in situation when you have different tariffs and straightforward comparison is virtual impossible

Convenience stores - Analysis of tariffs – Introduction
03:38

In this lecture we will give you some tips how to approach the case and show you the usage of the proper Excel functions

Convenience stores - Analysis of tariffs – Tips how to do it
04:36

In this lecture we solve the case with you, show you the outcome, interpret it and give you examples how the results can be presented in terms of Excel and slides

Convenience stores - Analysis of tariffs – Solution
02:27

Quite often you have to make important decision faced with uncertainty. In those situation it is very useful to apply the so called decision tree. In this lecture I will show you how to use this technique

Decision Tree Analysis – Introduction
03:12

Quite often you have to make important decision faced with uncertainty. In those situation it is very useful to apply the so called decision tree. In this lecture I will show you how to use this technique

Decision Tree Analysis – Solution
02:30

We show here how to use the so called OEE (Overall Equipment Efficiency) Analysis that shows you how efficient you are in using your resources. It is very useful for checking whether you use well machines and equipment

OEE and OLE
03:10

In every company you have bottlenecks that limit your ability to go forward and deliver more goods and services. Here I will show you how to estimate what is the impact for the whole system and how you can remove improve them. I will use simple production example to show you the effect on the whole system. You will see how the bottleneck can shift from 1 shift to another. You will also learn how to prioritize where it make sense to invest to get the best results.

Before doing this lecture I strongly encourage you first to take the OEE lecture – we use the OEE concept here so if you are not familiar with it please start with OEE lecture as a warm-up.

Theory of constraints and bottlenecks
03:14

In the previous lectures you have learnt the concept of OEE & Bottlenecks. In the next few lectures we will use those concepts to remove bottlenecks, increase productivity and  as you may have guess generate more money

We will first start with a case study of content marketing agency

Later on I will show you how you can apply it in production firm as well.

Enjoy the case studies and as always if you have any questions just let me know

I am always happy to help :)

Removing bottlenecks - Case Studies
00:36

Your friend Ivan works in a content marketing agency and wants to improve the work of his team. Help him using the bottleneck framework

Removing bottlenecks - Content marketing agency – Introduction
01:29

In every company you have bottlenecks that limit your ability to go forward and deliver more goods and services. Here I will show you how to estimate what is the impact for the whole system and how you can remove improve them. 

Removing bottlenecks - Content marketing agency – Solution
02:17

Now imagine that you were asked to increase the production capacity of a factory. Try also to calculate the financial impact of the proposed scenarios. Before we look at specific scenarios we have to discuss 2 issues

  • What the production capacity depends on?

  • How to calculate monthly production capacity

Removing bottlenecks – Example from production – Case Introduction
01:18

First let’s see what the production depends on assuming there is just 1 production stage

What the production capacity depends on?
04:15

We said that the production generally speaking depends on 3 drivers. Now let’s see how it looks like for the whole month

How to calculate the capacity for the whole month
04:21

Here we will discuss the sceanarios that we will analyze later

Removing bottlenecks – Example from production – Scenarios – Part 1
03:25

Here we will discuss the sceanarios that we will analyze later

Removing bottlenecks – Example from production – Scenarios – Part 2
01:24

Here we will discuss the available data that we will use to solve the case study

Removing bottlenecks – Example from production – Available Data
02:31

In every company you have bottlenecks that limit your ability to go forward and deliver more goods and services. Here I will show you how to estimate what is the impact for the whole system and how you can remove improve them. I will use simple production example to show you the effect on the whole system. You will see how the bottleneck can shift from 1 shift to another. You will also learn how to prioritize where it make sense to invest to get the best results.

Before doing this lecture I strongly encourage you first to take the OEE lecture – we use the OEE concept here so if you are not familiar with it please start with OEE lecture as a warm-up.

Removing bottlenecks in Production – Solution
03:48

In this lecture we will see how you can present the result of the analysis in a for of graphs

Removing bottlenecks – Example from production – Graphs
02:00

One of the biggest problem for efficiency is the so called Parkinson’s Law – Work expand so as to fill the time available for its completion. People when asked to evaluate the time certain things will take build in buffers. One of the ways to deal with it is the so called Critical chain. Here I will show you what it is

Critical Chain
03:16

Here we will summarize everything we have learnt so far in this ection

Intermediate tools – Summary
01:22
+ Advanced tools, techniques and frameworks used by management consultants
20 lectures 01:08:17

In this lecture we will discuss advanced consulting techniuqes that you should find useful

Preview 01:28

In this section I will discuss further more advanced techniques such as: simulation analysis, decomposition analysis, feasibility analysis and sensitivity analysis 

Preview 03:10

Future is pretty difficult to figure out. You can use scenario analysis or you check ALL the potential options and see which is optimal. I will talk about this technique in this lecture and when to apply it. The impact of the price change on your profit will depend on a few factors. I will discuss in this lecture on what you should take into account and how to calculate it .

What will be the effect of the price increase – Introduction
02:09

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures

What will be the effect of the price increase – Solution – Impact on coffee only
04:01

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures

What will be the effect of the price increase – Solution – Full impact
02:34

In this case we will do the simulation of the whole logistics system and show you how to choose from many options

Juice Producer - Simulation - Introduction
04:28

Here we will give you tips how to calculate the cost of the whole system and how to prepare for the simulation

Juice Producer - Simulation - Tips how to do it
08:23

We present here final solution to the case. We show how to do the simulation of logistic costs for 8 different options in 5 minutes

Juice Producer - Simulation - Solution
08:33

Decomposition analysis shows you what are the components, driving forces behind certain phenomena. I will talk about this technique in this lecture and when to apply it

Preview 02:48

I will show you here how to analyze Like for Like sales (Same store sales - LFL, L4L)

LFL analysis – Introduction
02:36

LFL analysis is an example of decomposition analysis. LFL analysis is the analysis of the change in revenues for stores that have been at least for 12 months. In this analysis through decomposition we try to pinpoint the most important aspects. I will talk about this technique in this lecture and how to apply it

LFL analysis – Solution – Part 1
03:06

In this lecture I will show the solution to the case study introduced in the previous lectures

LFL analysis – Solution – Part 2
02:58

In this lecture I will show the solution to the case study introduced in the previous lectures

LFL analysis – Solution – Power Point
02:14

In feasibility analysis you want to check whether something is possible or what are the limitations that you have to consider. I will talk about this technique in this lecture and when to apply it

Feasibility analysis – Introduction
01:43

There are plenty alternative ways on the sales side to boost profits. Here I will show you how to analyze it and what should be the way forward

How to increase the net profit by 10% – Introduction
01:22

In this lecture I will show the solution to the case study introduced in the previous lectures

How to increase the net profit by 10% – Solution – Current Level of costs
03:44

In this lecture I will show the solution to the case study introduced in the previous lectures

How to increase the net profit by 10% – Solution – Analysis of different options
03:57

Once you come up with an optimal solution you want to see how sensitive it is to small changes in underlying assumptions. The solution can be pretty stable…. … or the contrary very volatile. The sensitivity analysis helps you check that. I will talk about this technique in this lecture and when to apply it

Sensitivity analysis – Introduction
02:02

In this lecture I will show the solution to the case study introduced in the previous lectures

Sensitivity analysis – Solution In Excel
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In this lecture I will show the solution to the case study introduced in the previous lectures

Sensitivity analysis – Solution in Power Point
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