Fractal Measurement2022-02-14T23:23:39+00:00

Fractal Performance Measurement



Fractal Business is proud that this is the first attempt to suggest that fractal approaches will measure the business performance.

Fractals can help the organizational leadership to optimize flows of volatility, content, and pattern in business processes.

Fractal Business is focused on providing fractal business process performance measurement and measure the risk of assets.

Fractal business process performance measurement

The inherent behaviour of business system might not be covered if traditional modeling routes are used to create business models.

Fractal can help organizations to optimize irregular changes and identify pattern in business processes. It can well describe the disorder and stochastic change in profits and adapt continuously to business and operational environment changes.

Measure the risk of assets (insolvency risk)

Defined and elaborated the construction of our hypothesized fractional index of asset risk.

The balance sheet evolves across time and cross-section through a fractal geometry that can be captured with the appropriate functional form representing the riskiness of its assets and the safety of its equity.

If we look at fractal as a science, the fundamental principle which separates fractal from neurons is that neural networks focus on absolute value and fractal is focused on the pattern.

The human mind works with patterns more than the absolute value.

A neural network is a series of algorithms that endeavour to recognize underlying relationships in a set of data through a process that mimics how the human brain operates. In this sense, neural networks refer to systems of neurons, either organic or artificial in nature.

It is recommended to implement a forecasting model to improve any business’s financial management and decision-making abilities, particularly if the forecasts are updated on a future developing component is added during each time. The implementation of the fractal model is to enhance and forecast management decision-making, continuous improvement of process, and changes from reactive to proactive.