The 2013 Chief Executive Study
This is the 14th year that Strategy& has examined CEO successions and success among the world’s top 2,500 public companies. This year we focused particularly on women CEOs over the last 10 years.read more >

Number of female CEO’s remains low in the Netherlands
18% of CEOs at the helm of a Dutch public company left office, a significant drop from 26% CEO-changes in 2012. This is one of the findings of 14th edition of Strategy&’s Chief Executive Study This year’s study also shows that the number of female CEO’s of a public company in our country remains low: only 4% are female and no upward trend towards more, compared to 9% worldwide where the percentage of female CEO’s is rising.read more >
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read more European grocery retail 2020
European grocery retailers currently face a significant and growing problem of overcapacity, which threatens their future earnings. We believe the solution is to focus on three levers: (1) merchandising excellence, (2) better store performance management, and (3) developing a more distinct "ways to play."read more >
 
read more Offline retail in an online world
By 2020 online sales in the NL will have grown considerably: 2.0 to 2.5 million m2 of sales area in urban areas will have become redundant. This is one of the findings in Strategy&’s Study ‘Footprint 2020: Offline retail in an online world’. Retailers should start developing their physical and virtual footprint to prepare themselves.read more >

 

read more Strategy& partner Kees Cools professor at TIAS
Recently Kees Cools, Partner with Strategy& has become Professor Corporate Finance and Governance at TIAS School for Business and Society, the business school of Tilburg University and Eindhoven University of Technology.read more >
read more Strategy& appoints Marijn Struben to partner
Marijn Struben (34) has been appointed as a new partner with Strategy& in Amsterdam. Marijn is a member of the European Financial Services practice and is an expert in retail banking.read more >
read more Fit for Growth
In an uneven business climate, companies need to transform how they operate, while creating the capacity to invest in growth. That starts by articulating a clear and compelling cost agenda, continues with the building of lean processes, systems, operations, and organization, and culminates in the institutionalization of capabilities that keep companies fit. read more >
read more Digitization
Thanks to digitization, companies across industries are racing to migrate "analog" approaches to customers, products, services, and operating models to an always-on, real-time, and information rich marketplace. In doing so, these companies secure not only continued relevance, but also superior returns.read more >

 
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