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Blending over a decade of strategy consulting experience and hands-on general management experience with industrial and consumer goods companies, Throughout his consulting career, Mike has advised industrial, consumer and high tech clients. More
TAGS: Strategy & Execution, Sales & Marketing Management, Operations Architecture, Outsourcing, Offshoring, Shared Services Design, Strategic Sourcing, Solar, Consumer & Retail, Insurance Cost Management, Insurance Distribution Channel Optimization, , Financial Sponsors, , Commercial & Industrial, Technology & Telecom
One of the most striking trends in business over the past decade is the emergence of business webs — loose networks of companies that work together to deliver a full range of products and services to a set of similar customers. More
In his bestselling book "The World Is Flat," Thomas Friedman popularized the notion that the world is moving toward a globally integrated supply chain where workers from industrialized and developing nations will compete with one another on an increasingly level playing field. More
Insurance brokering has changed significantly in recent years. Consolidation has been ongoing, with fewer brokers each year than the last. More
This diversified manufacturing company was dissatisfied with the return on its investment in information technology. More
One of the nation’s largest managing general insurance agencies (MGAs) was responsible for marketing, issuing and servicing the policies of non-admitted insurance carriers. More
Our client was a consumer finance company that had recently become public. It had historically been a good performer, in part because of a commitment to cost cutting and continuous improvement in core operations. More
A global diversified industrial goods company was dissatisfied with the return on its investment in information technology. More
The electric distribution business of a mid-size utility needed to create an organizational structure to deliver the strategic goal of operational excellence while driving out costs. More
Volatility isn't inherently bad. Each change in fortune for a company or for an industry can bring unprecedented opportunities for those poised for action. More