Marian H. Mueller

Marian H. Mueller

Florham Park

Marian H. Mueller is an advisor to executives in the industrial and automotive sectors for Strategy&, PwC’s strategy consulting business. Based in Florham Park, N.J., he is a Principal with PwC US. Marian is a member of the Engineered Products and Services practice, acting as its Chief Marketing Officer. He leads the North American Industrials subsector.

Marian serves industrial and automotive clients as well as associated financial investors with developing and executing major strategy and transformation agendas focused on organic and acquisitive growth.

His relevant areas of expertise include:

  • Organic growth, especially related to geographic expansion, product revenue and margin management, channel management and asset financing functions
  • Acquisitive growth, from target identification via due diligence to post-merger integration
  • Capability driven strategy
  • Organizational design to enable growth
  • Translation of business needs into IT system requirements
  • Emerging markets growth
  • Asset (automotive) finance

Marian co-authored the strategy+business article “The Top 10 M&A Fallacies and Self-Deceptions,” and Strategy&’s “2013 Industrials Industry Perspective”.

Prior to joining Strategy&’s Frankfurt office, Marian worked at the International Bank of Southern Africa Ltd. in Johannesburg and at ITT Automotive Europe in Frankfurt.

He holds an MBA in Finance and Management from Columbia Business School, where he was elected to the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society and a combined diploma in mechanical engineering and business administration (“Diplom-Wirtschaftsingenieur”) from the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany.

Authored articles

  • 2017 Industrial Manufacturing Trends

    Succeeding in challenging times

    The next wave of leaders in industrial manufacturing will build an ecosystem that capitalizes on the promise of analytics and connectivity to maximize efficiency for themselves and their customers. They will map out their strategies and prioritize measures that will bring the most value to their business, starting now with pilot projects, and building greater strengths in data analytics with cross-functional teams of experts. They will get closer to their customers’ needs, creating suites of service packages that go far beyond the initial machine sale, and expanding opportunities as they create new partnerships outside their core specialty areas. They can succeed if they move forward in smart, deliberate strides.

    Also contributing to this article were Ganesh Kalpundi and Kumar Krishnamurthy.

  • The Right Track for Connected Cars
  • download2015 Industrials TrendsBold investing in 3 key areas will affect how much #industrial companies will grow in 2015. via @strategyand http://strat.to/FyLGV 
  • Digitising the industrial company
  • Industrials: Embrace Strong-Form Product Management