The scientific methods behind
RIG's analystical framework
RIG uses a technique called Higher-Order Singular Value Decomposition
(HOSVD)to uncover the combination of attributes and to prescribe a
set of actions that lead to Corporate Adaptation .
Analyses are conducted over a running time series of data, allowing
RIG to understand the influence of competitive landscapes that change
from quarter to quarter
RIG’s models account for the fact that attributes work together and/or
involve tradeoffs. Every dollar spent on access to health care is a dollar
that cannot be spent on DE&I. RIG prescriptions are designed to optimize
investment in various attributes given the nature of these tradeoffs.
The models themselves determine the rank order and magnitude of
importance for the various attributes that lead to corporate adaptation.
A rigorous scientific approach to understanding corporate adaptation
provides a clear and reliable path towards financial success.
RIG’s analytical approach yields signatures, sets of common
attributes shared among the most successful companies. Signatures are
produced from RIG’s multidimensional statistical analysis and allow
us to assess both a company’s absolute performance on each attribute,
as well as performance relative to the optimum value determined by the RIG
analysis (here ‘optimal’ accounts for the tradeoffs and interactions among
attributes that inherently structure corporate performance).
We then measure variation in success according to financial and reputational