If you’re hiring a consulting firm to help your business grow, look beyond industry experience and consider their track record of strategy development.
Vehicle electrification remains a hot topic. In his annual letter to stakeholders, BlackRock’s CEO Larry Fink asserted last month: “The next 1,000 unicorns won’t be search engines or social media companies, they’ll be sustainable, scalable innovators – that help the world decarbonize and make the energy transition affordable for all consumers. With the unprecedented amount …
Digital business transformation is simultaneously a huge opportunity for growing margins, volumes, and profits and a serious threat to business as usual. It holds the promise of radically more efficient and more effective business models, processes, and practices.
Companies are not short of good ideas. Most businesses – even in the B2B space – are quite inventive with new and better things to sell – be it a roofing tile that lasts twice as long, a software that lowers the cost of medical recordkeeping by 30%, or robotics that drives 15% cost reduction in warehousing.
Given the progress and headlines around commercial vehicle automation in the marketplace today, we sat down with our very own Richard Schwartz, Partner at T&Co, to understand the key trends and understand how players in the space today are configuring to win.
We’ve all been there. You come up with a great idea for a new innovation – one that is really going to change the game and disrupt the industry.
Given the ever-changing speciality food landscape, we sat down with our very own Gary Gebenlian, Principal at T&Co, to understand the key trends and understand how players in the space today are configuring to win.
Today, remote selling is king as field sales teams are forced inside. For example, 80-90% of new car dealers are expected to have full e-commerce capability by the end of the year.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on daily life. We eat, work, travel, and interact differently now.
Nearly every industry is seeing calls to pause, delay, or cancel orders as a result of COVID-19. The question this has left many leaders asking us is how and where to allocate their limited…
Most systems will need to retool their delivery model and focus areas to survive. Medicare will be the tip of the spear, and effective population health management (PHM) will be foundational to success.
US companies must maintain focus on organic revenue growth to deliver leading shareholder returns. Unfortunately, many companies will need to rebuild the growth capabilities they lost through the cost cutting efforts of the past several years, particularly during the recession.