Strategy That Works
For years, strategies have been developed all over the world that look great on paper, but don’t thrive in the real world. We have a different approach to strategy. It starts with what your company is uniquely good at and draws on your greatest strengths.
It builds in execution from day one and every day thereafter, so there’s never a gap between the strategy and its execution. It shapes your future and positions your company to succeed as markets change.
This defines what we do at Strategy&.
Retail in the Netherlands is in a state of turmoil. 5 bold moves to shake things up.
Cesare Mainardi and Paul Leinwand provide a practical guide for using capabilities to build your company’s engine for growth.
For the 11th year, Strategy&, PwC's strategy consulting business, examined the R&D footprint of some of the world's top companies. We look at how much they are spending on R&D, where, and how that spend has shifted since our last study on this topic in 2008.
With its Autumn 2015 issue, strategy+business celebrated its 20th anniversary and brings you the entire history of management ideas in one interactive tool.
High mobile penetration and retailers making investments into omnichannel shopping experiences ensure U.K. is a retail powerhouse.
Strategy&'s latest benchmarking study of European airport operators examines operating cost, revenue, EBITDA and passenger numbers between 2010 and 2014 for selected European airports.
Twelve years of data show that mergers and acquisitions that apply or enhance capabilities produce superior returns. See for yourself what the benefits are in conducting deals that are capabilities-driven.
Over the next five years, the connected car could disrupt the entire automotive ecosystem.
Digitization and the internet are often named as the root causes for some of the creative industries’ biggest problems - but a report released by Strategy&, and commissioned by Google Inc., has found that the vast majority of all growth generated in today’s creative industries is digital.
This is the 15th year that Strategy& has examined CEO successions and success among the world’s top 2,500 public companies. This year we’ve assessed how much progress companies have made toward better CEO succession planning and how much value some companies are leaving on the table with poor planning.
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."
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.
Our heritage of working on clients’ toughest problems, combined with the breadth and depth of the PwC network, means that we deliver speed, certainty, and impact. Whether it’s devising a corporate strategy or building capabilities by transforming functions and business units, we’ll help you create the value you’re looking for..
Faced with a future of reimbursement reductions and declining revenue yields, a large regional health system set an ambitious goal of achieving a 20% reduction on its $500 million cost base for centralized and facility-based support functions. Strategy& helped the leadership team identify up to $120 million in annual savings and $13 million in margin improvement.
A leading international telecom company, in anticipation of its expansion into eight international markets, was looking for a more strategic and systematic approach to allocating its marketing spend across geographies.
Find out how Strategy& streamlined design costs for a large U.S. nuclear shipbuilder.
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