PwC has been named as a global leader for Organisation Strategy Consulting by ALM Intelligence, an independent analyst that assesses consulting firms from around the world on the basis of their breadth and depth of capabilities and ability to deploy these across highly-complex client requirements.
The report finds that: “PwC has a deep understanding of the theory, practice, and realities of organisation strategy. The firm has extensive experience designing emerging operating models that foster innovation, and an ability to implement automation at scale. The combination of these capabilities positions PwC as a preferred provider that excels at helping clients organise themselves for the future.”
In addition, ALM found PwC the ‘Best in Class’ provider for strategy, recognising PwC’s comprehensive portfolio of digital tools and accelerators, in particular, noting: “PwC’s AI-enabled Digital Twin is a powerful tool for helping clients quickly identify the organisational blind spots and barriers that limit their ability to execute strategy. The real-time scenario modelling functionality takes the guesswork out of determining which levers should be short-listed for an improvement program that will have the most impact on organisational performance.”
Liz Devito, ALM director and author of the report, added:
“PwC’s approach is oriented around helping clients adapt their organisations to address four fundamental challenges: balancing scale and local differentiation across global businesses, harnessing technology for better connectivity, responding to industry disruption, and overcoming talent supply constraints. Cutting across these challenges is an imperative for organisations seeking to adopt new ways of working in a digital world by becoming more agile and innovative, and positions PwC as a preferred provider that excels at helping clients organise themselves for the future.”
Commenting on the result, Matthew Siegel, global leader for organisational design, PwC US, said:
“The world of work, and how we work, is undergoing a dramatic transformation, as artificial intelligence, robotics, and other technologies reshape the workplace. Organisations therefore need a strong organisational strategy that helps them take action today to prepare for the future of work. And so we are very proud to be recognised by ALM as a global leader for helping clients tackle this challenge so they can be best prepared for the future of work today.”
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