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Transcript: ROI Calculator Template Can be used with other new product launches, including: Electric Triggers PRIME Price Protection Research: Dan Tortoriello Development: Dan Grossberg Launch: Jonathan Bausch Results: Haseeb Khaja Pricing and Delivery of Product Tracking Results What Components Went Into Bringing Power Elect to Market and Can this Template Be a Basis for Marketing Products Going Forward? That question will be answered in the folowing slides by my fellow colleagues: Copyright Registered Trademark $$ Development Please have a seat Focus Groups Developed collaboratively August 2011 by Marketing & Operations Teams Electricity Product enables customers to purchase electricity as a combination of fixed and floating prices. Hess Power Elect 5...4...3...2...1 Launch! NEW PRODUCTS o Necessary to survive in a competitive landscape o Marketing needs develop new products that are valuable to our clients but work collaboratively with other departments Bringing that Product to Market Requires: o Research o Development o Launch o Sales o Track Results Most Important: It must show value or ROI -- Return On Investment Hess Power Elect A blend of fixed and floating electricity pricing...
Transcript: ROI PRESENTATION Genevieve Dansereau / Corporate Traveller Overview Over View of the Situation -15 travelers ( 6 sales people and 9 technicians) - You travel for: trade shows, business development and operations -Your destination : Canada, USA, Europe, Asia, South America, Africa - You use a local leisure agency for technician team. -The sales team book on Expedia and other travel online site -The travelers have their own personal Credit Cards + all airfairs booking are made with CCC -Your global annual spend is between $ 750k to $1,2 millions for your business travel ( Around 500k of Airfair + 350k hotels + 100k ++ car rentals) -No Air Canada Program reward Let's be more specific! -A lot of last minute booking and changes (many changes and cancellation are made at the time of travel) -Travels are booked 1 day to 3 weeks in advances -You have your emergency number with your local agency. Takes half a day to a day for a call back ( 80% of the time you get the answering machine ) -Director of operation is in charge of all expenses and responsible in finding all missing receipts -Often employees credit card are overloaded. - You need visas for 50% of your travel ++time consuming MORE SPECIFICALLY What's missing... -You are not affiliated with Air Canada Corporate Reward or any other programs. -You have no contract negotiated with hotel chains & car rentals companies -Travel expenses are not consolidated and you don’t have detailed reports of your business travel expenses (it can be challenging to have an overall view of expenses monthly and yearly) -Last minute flight changes can be challenging and very time consuming for you and your staff. -Paying extra fees for changes (now you are paying 60$ per booking or changes with your actual agency) -No immediate assistance when your employees needs it. ( flight cancellation,requests, emergencies & security issue or simple changes in flight date) Focus Points What can we offer... Person to person travel management - One Travel manager provides a dedicated and personalized service. - FREE 24/7/365 Emergency Travel Assistance, NO call center or voice mail. -Help you to create a Travel policy, give you a better control and structure. -We will assist you with the necessary visas in certain destinations & we will offer you suitable travel insurance -Exclusive programs with Corporate Traveller’s partners - Smartstay & SmartDrive. - Offer you detailed reports of your activities & - Detailed and customizable invoices (order number, customer reference, project code) - Negotiate on your behalf with hotel chains and car rental companies - Flexible payment options (one or more credit cards, Net 15 or Net 30). -One single fee of $35 per itineraries per person and changes (on flights and trains only). NO additional costs for hotel or car reservations, cancellations, emergency support, reporting, negotiations ... Objectives How will this impact your business... Streamline your travel process - reducing leakage with a transparent reporting Reduce your costs of operation, based on your company’s specific needs = Save up 8 to 12% on your total travel spend Reducing research time you and your staff = Saving up to 6 to 10 hours weekly = Gain in staff productivity and focus on more valuable tasks ( Get paid for what you got hired for!) Lowering travel risks = insure traveller's safety, a better employee engagment but mostly a better overall experience (before and during their travels) What's in it for You!
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Transcript: Assessment and management of stroke in the pre-hospital setting Sam, Sam, Shawn, Andy, Charlie & Owen WHAT There are three types of stroke: Transiant ischaemic attack (TIA) - Ischemic stroke and Hemorrhagic stroke (Stroke Association, 2017). The World Health Organisation,( 2017) deffines a stroke as, the interruption of the blood supply to the brain, usually because a blood vessel bursts or is blocked by a clot. This cuts off the supply of oxygen and nutrients, causing damage to the brain tissue. what is a stroke? Stroke classification what comorbidities or health risk factors lead to strokes or increase the risk of strokes? why do people experience strokes? why treatment how do we assess and treat stroke? FAST campaign and treatment pre-hospital / hospital epidemiology What are the UK and international statistics on stroke death and survival chart? bla bla bla! how can we as studet paramedics increase the quality of treatment for stroke patients? how References WHO. (2017). WHO | Stroke, Cerebrovascular accident. Available at: http://www.who.int/topics/cerebrovascular_accident/en/ [Accessed 2 Oct. 2017]. Stroke Association. (2017). Types of stroke. Available at: https://www.stroke.org.uk/what-stroke/types-stroke [Accessed 2 Oct. 2017]. Sibson, L. (2017). Stroke assessment and management in pre-hospital settings. Journal of Paramedic Practice, 9(8), pp.354-361. References
Transcript: Managed by Consumer Staff under supervision of Professional Director Provides self-help, recreational and socialization services Emphasis is placed on developing autonomy which enables clients to be successful in all aspects of their lives Request for CAUW 2012 -2013 To be a valued provider of programs noted for the excellent services we offer, our commitment to those we serve and dedication to persons afflicted with mental illness and substance abuse Drop-In Center Lunch Program 98% of clients attending the Drop In Center report their lives have improved since attending the program 190 of the 191 Drop In Center clients (99%) remained stable and free of inpatient hospitalization Patient cost per month at DIC $695 1 week Hospitalization at State Facility $4,800 1 week Hospitalization at Private Psych Facility $5,500 (Does not include medication and doctor fees) Residential Center: Year End Financials 2010-2011 What this means for our community: Preventing Hospitalization of our clients saves taxpayers at least $912,000 per year! And one more thing... Thank you for your attention! 90 cents of every dollar received directly supports programs and services for persons with mental illness and substance addictions. There is no Health without Mental Health! Alliance House Drop In Center 2012-2013 investment dollars will be allocated towards the following: CAUW Financial Investment 2010 - 2011 Drop In Center Transitional housing facility for persons with mental illness and/or substance addictions Clients are assisted with money management skills, daily life skills and job placement Upon completion of program, clients transition into independent and permanent housing Mission: To provide services for persons with or at risk for mental health and substance abuse issues Arts For Wellness Our Strengths Continue to offset the first month of each client’s expense of the Residential Center Continue ongoing renovation of aging buildings at the Residential Center Expansion of Lunch and Arts for Wellness programs at the Drop In Center Absorb increased client caseload to the Drop In Center from long-term hospitalization to community service Higher food costs and decreased Food Bank donations Increased rental expense Increased transportation costs/Need for new van Vision Arts For Wellness Program About Drop In Center Studies on mental illness show that art is therapuetic in maintaining mental stability as well as healthy and life-enhancing Right brained activities are an excellent means for accelerating insight and understanding The creative process furthers communication and independence Committed long-term staff members more than 70 years combined management experience Reputation in the community Involved Board Members Three months of operating expenses in reserve funds Revenue $939,502 Other Income $ 3,070 Total Revenue $942,572 Expenses Non-cash items $9,215 Programs $851,947 Support Services Management/General $ 28,068 Fundraising $ 51,595 (salary, expenses and administrative costs) Total Expenses $931,610 Gain/Loss $10,962 Residential Center ROI Arts for Wellness Incorporated in 1954 Became United Way Agency in 1961 Programs Residential Center Drop-In Center/Consumers Helping Consumers BRIDGES Independent Living Program (ILP) Advocacy Referrals/Education - approximately 200 calls per month "Where positive thinking becomes positive living" Our total request is $190,000 Our request for 2012 – 2013 includes a 15% increase to our 2011-2012 allocation. Mental illness has somehow touched each of us in this room as it affects 1 in 4 adults. Whether its your spouse,child, family member or neighbor, we all know or have known someone affected by these devastating diseases. With the Proper treatment and medication, persons with Mental illness can lead normal and productive lives. CAUW Investment: $165,750 Drop In Center: $120,750 Residential Center: $45,000 "Creatvity is one of humankind's healthiest inclinations" Dr. Stephen Diamond, clinical and forensic psychologist Nationally only 20% of clients discharged from drug and alcohol programs are drug free six months following discharge 64 of the 94 (68%) of clients served remained alcohol and drug free in independent housing one year post discharge 82 of the 94 clients (87%) secured employment in the first 30 days within entering the program United Way Investment 2011 - 2012 Mission Challenges Our total request is $190,000 Our request for 2012 - 2013 includes 15% increase to our 2011 - 2012 allocation ROI Presentation About Us Total CAUW investment dollars: $150,000 Funds allocated to DIC: $124,500 Patient costs per month: $695 1 Hospitalization at a State facility (1 week): $4,800 Does not include medication and doctor fees 1 Hospitalization at Private facility (1 week): $5,500 Does not include medication and doctor fees Drop In Center ROI Year End Financials 2010 - 2011 Stigma of Mental Illness Uncertain State Funding Economic Downturn affecting nonprofits Higher food and
Transcript: ROI Presentation Kaitlyn, Laura, Justine, Matthew & Adrienne Introduction Introduction Recap Our Purpose and Goals Discuss HOW Cognitive Co. Made Decisions Review PROI Introduce ROI Results PROI Recap Recap With nearly 23% of Oklahoman's reading at a fifth grade level, the Cognitive Co felt the need to make a change by bringing a Little Free Library to Norman - Decision- Making was primarily Nominal Group Technique (Individual brainstorming then group collaboration). Initial ideas: 1. Norman Public School Drive 2. Habitat for Humanity 3. Little Free Library - Primary issues were location and durability of construction- 1. While we waited for a response from the City of Norman regarding location, we decided to come up with a contingency plan in case plans fell through. 2. Decided on a non-assembled kit via Little Free Library 3. Plan A- Look into OKC metro area (Edmond, OKC, Moore) as alternate locations 4. Plan B- All money and donations will be donated to Norman Public Library! -Donations- 1. GoFundMe link posted to each member's social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.) 2. Donations of books from individual friends, family members, etc.. 3. Benefit night at Diamond Dawgs on Campus Corner -Benefits of a Little Free Library- 1. Norman community will develop a greater sense of community, while also exercising reading and comprehension skills 2. Ever-lasting as long as maintained 3. Reading is positively related to levels of success in adulthood Purpose and Goals Our Purpose? -- Help create an ever-lasting increase of reading to both children and adults in Norman, Oklahoma! - What is a Little Free Library? - A non profit organization created in 2009, to help inspire the love of reading, builds community, and sparks creativity by fostering neighborhood book exchanges around the world (LittleFreeLibrary.com) Purpose & Goals Objective 1: Create and launch GoFundMe page for donations Collect books from donors Contact City of Norman (Parks & Rec) to establish site for L.F.L Objective 2: Buy materials necessary for a L.F.L (Tool Kit via LittleFreeLibrary.com Buy various cosmetics (paint, decor, etc) for our L.F.L Objective 3: Build our L.F.L as a group Stock our library with donated books INSPIRE! The HOW Factor Our HOW Factor Throughout the project, the Cognitive Co utilized Nominal Group Technique. It allowed for more creative ideas and solutions in our group - Also in-person meetings, and GroupMe conversations We have had our issues, mostly pertaining to location for our Little Free Library and scheduling conflicts - Our solution? Staying inside our mental ice bath and AAR's! -By allowing feedback (both negative and positive) the group as able to make important adjustments to our project - Contingency plans were also key to our group from the very beginning Results & Findings Results and Findings Unfortunately, the Cognitive Co fell victim to responsibility bias and all members felt they were not aggressive enough in the promotion of our GoFundMe page which lead to a very tough conversation: - As a group, we decided that we would not raise enough money in time to implement our Little Free Library - Also discovered that the City of Norman couldn't meet with us with a location until December 8th (2 days before our ROI presentation) -Thankfully, we were able to utilize our contingency plan from the PROI presentation! So, the Cognitive Co will be donating 102 books to the Norman Public Library PROI & ROI PROI & ROI PROI Revenue Expenses Profit GoFundMe $300 Library Kit $260 Diamond Dawgs $100 Painting Supplies $25 = TOTAL: $340 Books $325 Labor Cost $100 TOTAL: $725 TOTAL: $385 ROI Revenue Expenses Profit GoFundMe $120 Books $162 $0 Diamond Dawgs $0 TOTAL: $282 ($58 short of our PROI)
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