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Media releases 2013

Global Consulting Firm Booz & Company Approves Combination with PwC
New York, NY, December 23, 2013—Booz & Company’s global partners have voted overwhelmingly to approve a combination with PwC.  The two organizations announced October 30th they had signed a conditional merger agreement. Following the required regulatory approvals and assuming the fulfillment of other customary closing conditions, the deal is expected to conclude in the first quarter of 2014. read more >

Waning Executive Confidence: Survey Shows Escalation in Number of Leaders Who Doubt Their Companies’ Strategies Will Yield Success
New York, NY, December 11, 2013—As 2013 winds down, so does global executives’ confidence in their companies’ strategies. read more >

Executive survey: The 15 biggest companies that best embody success; includes Apple, BMW, and LVMH
New York, NY, December 3, 2013—Booz & Company asked more than 700 senior-level executives around the world and across a range of industries to rate the companies in their sectors that best represented success. They chose the following “top 15” out of a list of 105 biggest companies in the financial, technology, manufacturing, energy, electronics, consumer, pharma and automotive industries. read more >

Corporate Culture Is Critical to Business Success, Yet Mismanaged and Underleveraged, Finds Booz & Company Survey
New York, NY, November 19, 2013—Culture is critically important to business success worldwide, according to 84 percent of the more than 2,200 participants in the 2013 culture and change management survey, conducted by the Katzenbach Center at Booz & Company. Sixty percent said culture even outranks strategy and operating model in order of importance. However, there is a clear disparity between the way companies view culture and the way they treat it. Less than half of participants saw their companies effectively managing culture. More than half said a major cultural overhaul was needed, and 96 percent of respondents said some change to company culture was required. read more >

For big companies, first-class assets don’t mean first-class performance, according to Booz & Company Research
New York, NY, November 12, 2013—It’s not what you have. It’s what you’re able to do. That sums up what really drives the success of some of the world’s best performing companies. This is according to a new study by Booz & Company. read more >

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