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Chief Digital Officer Series
Strategy&, PwC's strategy consulting business continues to examine the role of a digital leader, who they are and where they come from and how the type of digital executive is directly correlated to the company's specific mission and requirements. The latest study reveals that companies are making a concerted effort to become a digital organization and require digital leaders to lead this transformation.

The future of the chemicals industry
Several future trends are colliding or combining to create significant change for the chemicals industry, and many of the established players are becoming increasingly aware that tomorrow's industry will look very different from how it does today.

 

A Guide to Strategic Cost Cutting, Restructuring, and Renewal
Fit for Growth is a unique approach to business transformation that connects strategy with cost management and organization restructuring. Drawing on decades of strategy consulting experience and in-depth research, the experts at PwC’s Strategy& lay out a winning framework that helps CEOs and senior executives transform their organizations for sustainable, profitable growth.

 

Megadeals transforming the entertainment, media and communications sector
In Mergercast 60, John Boxall, Deals Director at Strategy&, PwC’s strategy consulting business; Lori Bistis, Deals Director at PwC and ‎Paul Kennedy, Deals Partner at PwC, discuss megadeals, in the entertainment, media and communications sector; the challenges to remaining competitive, the types of deals that are prevalent, and key elements of successful integration.

 

Fit for Growth: Short (1 minute) book trailer
Short (1 minute) book trailer for Fit for Growth: A Guide to Strategic Cost Cutting, Restructuring, and Renewal.

 

The new paradigm for telecoms
In Mergercast 59, Dr. Roman Friedrich, a Managing Director with Strategy& Germany, based in Dusseldorf, and Rolf Meakin, Partner with Strategy& UK, based in London, discuss the risks of a business-as-usual approach for telecoms, and the need to digitize, simplify and consolidate, if they wish to remain relevant.