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Truth behind the ‘vainies, brainies and Bainies’ labels

This article discusses the consulting business and different methods of the consulting industry's founding fathers. Arthur Dehon Little is mentioned as the founder of Arthur D. Little, one of the first strategy consulting firms, in 1909. He was a chemist who taught papermaking at Massachusetts...
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Consultancy.uk - The 25 best consulting firms to work for...

This online feature discusses the best 25 consulting firms to work for in Europe, according to a Vault study. Since 2009, Vault, a global career intelligence platform, conducts research into good employership in the consulting industry. The European edition of the study, titled ‘Vault Consulting...
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Rick Eagar Chief Innovation Officer of Arthur D. Little

This online feature is about the appointment of Rick Eagar as Arthur D. Little’s first ever Chief Innovation Officer (CIO). Rick Eagar has over 26 years of experience in consulting and has been a Director and Partner at Arthur D. Little for more than 18 years, focusing on technology and innovation...
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Technology & innovation management

Re-thinking relationship between telcos and start-ups

This online feature article is adapted from Arthur D. Little’s recent Viewpoint: ‘Telecom operators: Open Innovation with start-ups.’ As disruptions rock the corporate world, Open Innovation has taken off, yet for telecom operators difficulties remain finding, scaling and sustaining valuable...
In the Press
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Adapting to the digital consumer

This feature article is adapted from Arthur D. Little’s recent Viewpoint on ‘Embracing the Consumer Health Opportunity. Today’s technological landscape is completely different from the recent past. New generations of consumers use mobile technology as a natural extension of themselves. New...
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Healthcare & life sciences

Mobile payment space taking hold across the globe

This online feature article is adapted from Arthur D. Little’s recent Viewpoint on ‘Mobile Payment.’ Mobile payment has been on the agenda of numerous players across industries for more than a decade. Now, with Apple Pay and Google Wallet launched and the markets equipping themselves, mobile...
In the Press
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Mobile payments promise much, but the developed world still...

High-profile mobile money launches by Apple and Samsung have recently joined the ranks of companies offering mostly wealthy owners of expensive smartphones the ability to pay for goods with a swipe of their handsets. But while this will undoubtedly help the use of mobile payments to spread, the...
In the Press
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Megatrends need careful management by OEMs

This feature discusses Arthur D. Little’s new global mobility study which sheds light on the three megatrends of autonomous driving, electric mobility and car sharing. Feedback from respondents in the recent study is decidedly lukewarm. Of the 65,000 consumers polled from 10 core automotive markets...
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Automotive

M-payments: Last call for operators as window of...

This online feature article is adapted from Arthur D. Little’s recent Viewpoint on ‘Mobile Payment.’ Mobile payments have taken off on a global scale, accounting for a total of $285 billion (€252bn) in 2014 and representing seven percent of global electronic transactions. Arthur D. Little expects...
In the Press
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Embracing the Consumer Health Opportunity

This online feature article is adapted from Arthur D. Little’s recent Viewpoint on ‘Embracing the Consumer Health Opportunity. Over the course of the last decade the consumer health industry has risen as an important force that is reshaping the future of healthcare. It is enabling an individual-...
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Operations management