The four parts of the solution are as follows:
Financial evaluation: is a complement to the more traditional credit and risk assessments, using information from the balance sheet, profit and loss statement and cash flow statement, so that the investor can make the best decisions. A quick way to understand the financial and operational soundness of a venture, the degree of preparedness in the face of a crisis or business opportunity, and the need for cash in the short and medium term.
Strategy evaluation: is an analysis of emerging business strategies using a methodology called Bluetools. Bluetools has a solid theoretical basis based on the concepts of Peter Drucker, Robert Chia, Henry Mintzberg, among others. This methodology evaluates the company’s strategic alignment over time, the current business assumptions that influence its operations, the projects underway and the coherence between all these variables.
Sustainability assessment: This assessment is based on the Social Progress Index (SPI). The SPI is an internationally recognized index that measures how well a society provides its people with the things that matter to them, based on the writings of Amartya Sen, Douglass North and Joseph Stiglitz. LEAN Evaluation takes into account the company’s approach to sustainability and contrasts it with the GPI of the company’s target country or community, thus validating the company’s potential impact and the actions it is taking to affect social progress.
Acceleration program: this is a course designed and taught by internationally recognized Ph.D. professors, creating the basis for companies to understand and strengthen their financial, strategic and sustainability assessments, and thus acquire the soft skills necessary to scale their businesses, and create productive and supportive networks with other program participants.