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  108. 108. FOCUSEDUnit of measure Text Text Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
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  116. 116. PENTAGONUnit of measure 1 2 5 Restructuring framework 3 4 * FootnoteSource: Source
  117. 117. PRICE BENEFITUnit of measure Benefit Competitive advantage Competitive disadvantage Price * FootnoteSource: Source
  118. 118. SMILE CHARTUnit of measure Appraise performance Bottom up and prospects action programs 1 8 Develop strategy 2 3 7 Top down action programs 4 6 Redesign Assess change pivotal jobs 5 readiness Design the skill building process * FootnoteSource: Source
  119. 119. STRAT GAMEBOARDUnit of measure 3. Create and pursue a unique 2. advantage 4. Resegment the Exploit unique market to create a advantage niche 1. industrywide When to Do more and compete better of the same * FootnoteSource: Source
  120. 120. STRAT MANAGEUnit of measure Stage 4 Stage 3 Stage 2 Stage 1 Forecast Externally Strategic Budget based orientated manage- planning planning planning ment Meet Predict the Think Create the budget and future strategically future schedule Value system * FootnoteSource: Source
  121. 121. TREE PRODUCTIVITYUnit of measure Selling margin Contribution Effectiveness Sales Contribution Available selling time Selling rate Sales Available selling time Productivity Contribution Utilization Total selling costs Available selling time Total sales time Efficiency Support leverage Available selling time Total sales time Total selling costs Support costs Support intensity Support costs * Footnote Total selling costsSource: Source
  122. 122. VALUE CREATIONUnit of measure Improve core Redeploy business assets performance Maximize shareholder value Adopt sound Grow through financing acquisition approach and/or merger Grow through cultural initiative * FootnoteSource: Source
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  190. 190. FORCES AT WORKUnit of measure New entrant Industry Suppliers Buyers competitors Substitutes * FootnoteSource: Source
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  198. 198. 3CS TRIANGLEUnit of measure Customer Distributors Clients Competitors Suppliers * FootnoteSource: Source
  199. 199. 3S-4SUnit of measure The organization chart and accompanying baggage that show who reports to whom and how tasks are both divided up and A coherent set of integrated actions aimed at The people in gaining a sustainable the organization, advantage Structure considered in Capabilities over competition terms of corporate possessed by demographics, not the organization individual personalities as a whole as Strategy distinct from the individuals. Skills Staff Style Some companies Shared perform extraordinary values feats with ordinary The way managers collectively people behave with respect to use of Those ideas of what is right time, attention and symbolic and desirable (in corporate Systems actions and/or individual behavior) which are typical of the The processes and procedures organization and common through which things get done to most of its members from day-to-day * FootnoteSource: Source
  200. 200. 7SUnit of measure The way managers collectively behave with Capabilities possessed by the respect to use of time, organization as a whole as attention and symbolic distinct from the individuals. A coherent set of actions Some companies perform actions aimed at extraordinary feats with gaining a sustainable Style ordinary people advantage over competition Strategy Skills Those ideas of what is right and desirable (in corporate Shared and/or individual behavior) values which are typical of the organization and common Staff Systems to most of its members The people in the organization, considered The processes and and Structure in terms of corporate procedures through demographics, not which things get done individual personalities The organization chart from day-to-day and accompanying baggage that show who reports to whom and how tasks are both * Footnote divided up and integratedSource: Source
  201. 201. BUSS PORTFOLIOUnit of measure High Competitive position Medium Low Low Medium High Product/market attractiveness * FootnoteSource: Source
  202. 202. CHANGE BOARDUnit of measure Commitment Capability Change vision Individual Enabling Conviction Courage activity devices Chief Executive Leadership groups Down the line External constitution * FootnoteSource: Source
  203. 203. DELTA PUnit of measure • Accurate measurement • Flow of 2-way communications of action and results • People’s understanding, belief • Clear accountabilities and contribution to act on vision • Early wins and action plans Visible demonstration • Implementation or of new vision and near implementation values by client of required structure Performance and systems leadership Communications Measurement Vision and Organizational Leadership Delta P Infrastructure Problem• Action plans sufficient to People Solving achieve goals Development • Client managers Process• Agreement on objectives (particularly middle by line management management) have• Management of high- skill to lead program involvement process implementation • Change in actual behavior * FootnoteSource: Source
  204. 204. MACSUnit of measure • Industry attractiveness • Competitive position • Restructuring/rationalization opportunities Value-creation potential in business unit High Medium Low Relative ability to extract value • Corporate Retain and Retain and Retain and give top give priority manage for Natural center skills owner priority code or • Business liquidate unit linkages Probably Divest Divest or “One of the • Taxation/ divest liquidate pack” valuation differences * FootnoteSource: Source
  205. 205. MANUFACTURING STRATEGYUnit of measure Business Strategy Manufacturing Strategy Configuration Research Systems Focus Organization Labor Policy Make vs. Process Buy Product Design Design * FootnoteSource: Source
  206. 206. PENTAGONUnit of measure 1 2 5 Restructuring framework 3 4 * FootnoteSource: Source
  207. 207. PRICE BENEFITUnit of measure Benefit Competitive advantage Competitive disadvantage Price * FootnoteSource: Source
  208. 208. STRAT GAMEBOARDUnit of measure 3. Create and pursue a unique 2. advantage 4. Resegment the Exploit unique market to create a advantage niche 1. industrywide When to Do more and compete better of the same * FootnoteSource: Source
  209. 209. STRAT MANAGEUnit of measure Stage 4 Stage 3 Stage 2 Stage 1 Forecast Externally Strategic Budget based orientated manage- planning planning planning ment Meet Predict the Think Create the budget and future strategically future schedule Value system * FootnoteSource: Source
  210. 210. VALUE CREATIONUnit of measure Improve core Redeploy business assets performance Maximize shareholder value Adopt sound Grow through financing acquisition approach and/or merger Grow through cultural initiative * FootnoteSource: Source
  211. 211. VALUE SOURCESUnit of measure Industry restructure Corporate center skills Internal controller Shared resources Linkages between Transfer of capability business units Vertical integration Client’s relative ability to extract value Differences in tax position Real Existence of non-cases objectives Financial ownership fit Inefficiencies in financial markets Perceived Difference in valuation technique * FootnoteSource: Source
  212. 212. SCALESUnit of measure Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  213. 213. DIFFRACTIONUnit of measure Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  214. 214. FLOW DOWNUnit of measure Text Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  215. 215. PASS THROUGHUnit of measure Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  216. 216. 4 BOX 3DUnit of measure Text Text Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  217. 217. BOUNCEUnit of measure Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  218. 218. PUZZLEUnit of measure PURPOSE CONTENT LAYOUT STYLE CONTACT * FootnoteSource: Source
  219. 219. SEESAWUnit of measure Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  220. 220. DECISIONSUnit of measure Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  221. 221. LOOPSUnit of measure Text Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  222. 222. ROLLERSUnit of measure Text Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  223. 223. WAY THRUUnit of measure Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  224. 224. CROSS SECTIONUnit of measure Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  225. 225. 2 AROUNDUnit of measure Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  226. 226. 4 IN 1 SQUAREUnit of measure Text Text Text Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  227. 227. 4 IN 1 TRIUnit of measure Text Text Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  228. 228. CROSS SECTIONUnit of measure Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  229. 229. HONEYCOMBUnit of measure Text Text Text Text Text Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  230. 230. JOINTUnit of measure Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  231. 231. PYRAMIDUnit of measure Text Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  232. 232. SIZES INUnit of measure Text Text Text Text Text Text * FootnoteSource: Source
  233. 233. RANGE HIGH LOWUnit of measure 250 200 150 100 50 0 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 * FootnoteSource: Source
  234. 234. Gdfgg TextUseful Objects Text Text Text
  235. 235. STICKER AND OTHERS EXAMPLE BACK UP REVISEDEXAMPLE BACK UP REVISED ESTIMATE TENTATIVEESTIMATE TENTATIVE PROPOSED HYPOTHESISPROPOSED HYPOTHESIS CONCEPTUAL ILLUSTRATIVE PRELIMINARY CONFIDENTIALCONCEPTUAL ILLUSTRATIV E ROUGH ESTIMATE VERY PRELIMINARYPRELIMINARY CONFIDENTIA TO BE COMPLETED LROUGH ESTIMATE VERY PRELIMINARY ONLY FOR DISCUSSIONTO BE COMPLETEDONLY FOR DISCUSSION High Medium Low PRELIMINARY
  236. 236. USEFUL OBJECTS
  237. 237. USEFUL OBJECTS
  238. 238. USEFUL OBJECTS H Impact on M ROE L L M H Implementation High 1 Horizon 3 Create vehicle options Low Horizon 2 Build High Low Horizon 1 emerging businesses Extend and 2 defend core business 1-2 4-6 8-10
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  240. 240. External S tructure C onduct P erformance shock• xxxx • xxx • xxxx • xxxx xxxxx xxxx xxxx • • • xxxxx xxxx xxxx • • •
  241. 241. PRELIMINARY ≤Legend >Legend Attractive Unattractive Legend   1 2 3 4 6.1 point increase in 5 ROIC
  242. 242. User applicationsPersonalization Middleware services Transaction support Enabling services
  243. 243. Project purpose Through the analysis of environment and diagnosis of company-wide management, management tasks will be produced to strengthen the competitiveness of SK E&C, thereby proposing the roadmap for the implementation. Project scope Management tasks for company-wide and BU level Establishing task priorities and action plan Providing methodologies for strategy establishment * FootnoteSource: Source
  244. 244. •• Review CRM1 efforts to date
  245. 245. PROCESS GOING FORWARD FOR K2 DEAL ∆ March April 12 13 14 15 16 19 20 21 22 23 26 27 28 29 30 2 3 4 5 6VALUATION AND SYNERGY ESTIMATION• Refine base scenario• Review base scenario with Kronus working level team• Build multiple scenarios and conduct sensitivity analysis for negotiation• Review valuation and synergy estimates scenarios with Kronus working level team• Refine valuation and synergy estimates scenariosDEAL STRUCTURE OPTIONSDEVELOPMENT• Refine deal structure options• Conduct quick legal review• Review the options with Kronus leadership team• Refine the optionsNEGOTIATION GAME PLAN DEVELOPMENT• Develop game plan draft• Review and refine game planTERM SHEET DEVELOPMENT• Write term sheet draft• Conduct legal review• Finalize term sheetPHASE 1 PROGRESS REVIEW CEO ChairmanSTART NEGOTIATION
  246. 246. To improve quality of life Corporate value maximization through selection and concentration New Human Intangible Operational business resource building & financial opportunity management (knowledge, efficiency network, enhancement brand) Sound cashflow, operation management business network, good reputation & culture * FootnoteSource: Source
  247. 247. EVALUATION OF CANDIDATES FOR MEGA-MERGER VERY PRELIMINARY 1st screening 2nd screening Hankook Huvis Hyosung Attractiveness • R&D/speciali zed products • Synergies* Hankook Huvis Hyosung Feasibility • Willingness of the other partyMarketshare Hyosung or Huvis * Includes group-level synergy
  248. 248. STRONG CEO BENCH 를 위한 주요 구성요소 – BEST PRACTICE Capability Performance ethics development • 명확하고 일관성 있는 Performance ethics 에 대한 • Job rotation 을 통한 전사 차원의 공유 Capability development • Performance ethics 를 실제 • Coaching 및 Training 등 평가 , 보상 시스템상에 반 을 통한 Capability Top 영 development management commitment • Top management 가 People development 에 쏟는 시간 및 열 정 • CEO 의 People development 에 대한 Skill 및 Will Capability assessment Upgrading talent pool • 객관적이고 공정한 평가 기준 • “A player” 를 Attract, retain 할 을 통한 규칙적 Capability 수 있는 Value proposition assessment • 외부 인사 영입을 포함한 적극적 • Capability assessment 에 대 인 “ A player” 들의 영입 한 규칙적이고 치밀한 • “C player” 의 지속적 퇴출 Review
  249. 249. Current 4 pump design Potential 3 pump designPump configuration Pump configuration• 2 active • 2 active• 1 standby (for peak usage • 1 redundant of 300)• 1 redundant Pump capacity : 150/pump Pump cost : 133/pumpPump capacity : 100/pumpPump cost : 100/pump Total capacity : 3pumps 150= 450Total capacity : Total cost :4pumps 100=400 3pumps 133= ~400Total cost :4pumps 100=400 Benefits in reduced total cost – Lower total weight – Lower transport cost – Smaller building for pimping station – Simplified piping – Fewer valves – Simplified cabling – Larger hoist (increased cost*)

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