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Technology & Innovation Management UK, London - 11 November 2009

Arthur D. Little: Avoiding post-merger innovation-lag

New report urges businesses to consider R&D integration in the earliest stages of M&A activity

With the financial downturn fuelling a predicted increase in merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in 2010, a new study by management consultancy Arthur D. Little warns that without strategic forward planning, R&D functions will suffer; risking delayed time-to-market for new products, and demotivated or inefficient innovation teams. [...]

TIME Saudi Arabia, Dubai - 04 November 2009

Arthur D. Little & Dubai Internet City urge MENA telecoms operators to consider the business case for carbon management

Report reveals operators could gain competitive advantage by addressing carbon emissions

Telecom operators in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) have yet to fully realise how energy and carbon management will impact their future growth, according to a report released today by global management consultancy Arthur D. Little and Dubai Internet City, the region’s largest managed ICT cluster. [...]

Sustainability & Risk, Sustainability UK, London - 23 September 2009

Arthur D. Little: Climate change creating competitive opportunities now

New report warns that companies must rethink their business models to survive an uncertain future

A new report by Arthur D. Little urges businesses across all sectors to consider the cost of carbon when planning for long-term growth, or risk losing out to sustainability-savvy competitors and new emerging market players.  In "Ensuring survival: Business models in a low carbon world," the consultancy's Energy and Sustainability practices argue that in 2009, the carbon agenda will leave no business untouched, through multiple direct and indirect routes - from brand recognition, to the cost-base, to investors' perceptions of value. [...]

Chemicals UK, London - 17 September 2009

Smart reactions in the crisis

Arthur D. Little explains how the petrochemicals industry can recover from the "overpayment" trend and return to sustainable growth post-recession

The boom and associated bubble that drove petrochemical prices to an all-time high in 2008 does not necessarily spell doom for the industry's post-recession performance, according to a report launched today by global management consultancy Arthur D. Little. In "Smart reactions in the crisis," the consultancy's Chemicals practice analyses the credit crunch's impact on the chemical industry's longer term growth plans, arguing that businesses must re-evaluate their corporate structure based on the understanding that for many market segments, post-recession business conditions will have permanently changed. [...]

Sustainability & Risk UK, London - 10 September 2009

Integrity and Innovation drive value in public policy engagement

With sustainability informing corporate and government agendas, Arthur D. Little highlights how a balanced policy engagement strategy contributes positively to the development process while also generating business value

What do carbon budgets, access to water, and supply chain labour conditions have in common?  They are all fast moving areas of public policy development, and according to a new report by Arthur D, Little, areas where businesses can create value by contributing to the public debate. Ahead of December's United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Arthur D. Little’s new report explains that as new channels open up for businesses to influence policy – locally, nationally, and globally – corporate engagement in the policy process is no easy feat.  Illustrated using case studies from clothing retailer Levi Strauss & Co. and health and hygiene products manufacturer Kimberly-Clark, the report likens sound corporate engagement to a balancing act: businesses need an approach that captures the opportunities associated with public policy engagement but also protects company integrity by working collaboratively and transparently.  [...]

Financial Services UK, London - 27 August 2009

Making microinsurance sustainable and profitable

New report from Arthur D. Little urges financial services companies to consider why now is the time to move into the low-income insurance market 

As the world grapples with global economic recession, no one is left more vulnerable to unexpected accident, illness or disaster than the four billion people living on less than $2 per day. According to a new report released today by global management consultancy Arthur D. Little, offering microinsurance to this large and disparate market is one way for downturn-hit financial services companies to develop a new profit stream while regaining customers’ trust and working toward a more responsible and sustainable world.  [...]

Chemicals UK, London - 21 July 2009

Chemical capital efficiency: success despite the crisis

Arthur D. Little reviews the performance of leading global chemicals players to identify competitive advantage in the crisis

In its recent study, "Capital efficient chemical companies," global management consultancy Arthur D. Little (ADL) analyses the capital strategies of the world's top 70 chemicals players, and finds that those firms that were able to manage their CAPEX during last decade's economic boom are now looking beyond the downturn to strategically repositioning themselves for future growth. [...]

Automotive UK, London - 16 July 2009

Arthur D. Little: Car dealers face further agony with the global financial crisis

Latest report reveals how to evaluate and mitigate dealers’ risk of bankruptcy  

As credit markets tighten and the financial crisis deepens, car dealers worldwide are struggling with diminishing profitability and weak 2009 sales. “Dealer Risk Assessment and Contingency Plan Development” – a new report released by global management consultancy Arthur D. Little (ADL) – explores how manufacturers can mitigate dealers’ risk of bankruptcy in order to minimize the impact on sales.  [...]

Public Services UK, London - 14 July 2009

Saudi Arabian ministry of commerce and industry engages Arthur D. Little for study on consumer protection regime

The Saudi Ministry of commerce and industry recently appointed Arthur D. Little to develop the consumer protection regime in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Arthur D. Little will advice the ministry on its strategy and the optimal design for the organisation tasked with upholding consumer rights and enforcing consumer protection regulation.  [...]

Automotive UK, London - 23 June 2009

The global truck and bus industry will experience market and technology challenges after today’s financial crisis

Latest report from ADL predicts that mastering new powertrain technologies will be critical within the rapidly evolving commercial vehicle market

The impact of the global financial crisis on the truck and bus industry has been profound. However, other forces such as increasing divergence in market requirements and new powertrain technologies are driving major changes in the commercial vehicle (CV) industry, which are fundamentally changing the way OEMs, dealers and suppliers conduct business.  ‘Powertrain at the Crossroads,’ a new study released today by global management consultancy Arthur D. Little, provides insight into how new technology and market diversification will dramatically reshape the industrial structure of those countries heavily dependent on the CV industry. [...]

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