More than two-thirds of top CEOs are reevaluating their business strategy.
What’s the driving force? In short, traditional sources of growth are drying up, and tried-and-true responses no longer suffice. Leaders face immediate challenges of new regulations, tepid consumer demand, and stale operating models. Around the corner are much larger matters: major shifts in demographics and global economic power; increased urbanization amidst a changing climate and constrained resources; and head-spinning breakthroughs in technology that impact every sector of the economy.
The most innovative businesses plan to increase revenue growth by nearly double the global average over the next five years.
Find out what makes those companies different in What sets breakthrough innovations apart PwC’s Global Innovation Survey 2013: US Summary
In this environment, leaders seek business strategies that can be executed successfully across layers of the organization, demonstrate results quickly, and adapt to changing conditions on the ground. Whether it’s unleashing new sources of innovation, setting a more targeted course for M&A, improving financial performance from within your organization, or understanding and exploiting complexity and risk to strengthen competitive positioning – today’s leaders anticipate and prepare for change if they want to achieve growth.
Get ready to rethink your business strategy and prepare the ground for new growth.
Everyone wants growth. Not everyone has charted their course to achieve growth. Contact us to help you consider all dimensions of your growth strategy, from idea through execution.
Market Penetration: Maintain or increase market share of current products/services (eg., competitive pricing strategy, marketing and sales strategy.)
Offering Expansion: Introduce new products/services into existing markets (eg., research and development and innovation strategy)
Market Expansion: Sell existing products/services into new markets (eg., geographic entry strategy, distribution channel strategy, new market development)
Diversification: Market new products/services in new markets (eg. research & development and innovation strategy)
Cost-cutting prowess alone does not yield a competitive advantage. In fact, it’s all too easy to cut your sources of future growth. How do you redefine your standards of performance excellence? To move from “less is less” to sustainable and profitable growth?
A growth-generating operating model requires financial management and control, efficient and effective business processes, and performance management to drive continuous improvement. Initial savings can be used to fund larger, more transformational activities rather than a series of "one-off" programs and interventions. Contact us to discuss how you can transform your operations to fuel growth, not starve it.
From insight through execution, we help you get ahead of change and close the gap between analysis and results. We draw on hands-on, real-world experience, rooted in your industry. We apply sophisticated analytics techniques to gain insight. We work with you to implement practical strategy solutions that can span the breadth of your business – and address the full range of your challenges and opportunities. Our approach is to test, iterate and refine fresh strategies quickly to accelerate time-to-benefit. Click on our offerings to learn more and contact us to discuss how we can help you set a course for growth.