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Chemicals UK, London - 17 February 2012

Arthur D. Little voted most influential chemical engineer

Arthur Dehon LittleThe founder of Arthur D. Little, the world’s first management consulting firm linking Strategy, Technology and Innovation, Arthur Dehon Little, has been voted the most influential chemical engineer by ‘The Chemical Engineer’ (TCE) journal. Little won 30% of the vote in the 2011 TCE’s series about Chemical Engineers who Changed the World, for defining the role of the chemical engineer. [...]

France, Paris - 02 January 2012

Arthur D. Little announces the successful completion of its Management Buy-Out

Firm returns to a Global Partnership

Arthur D. Little today announces that it successfully completed its Management Buy-Out (“MBO”) with Altran Technologies on 30th December, 2011. In its 125th anniversary year, the world’s first management consulting firm has once again become a Global Private Partnership, with 100% of the ownership of the company now held by its Partners. The MBO deal involves all of its offices worldwide and includes the prestigious Arthur D. Little brand. [...]

TIME Sweden, Stockholm - 03 November 2011

Arthur D. Little: Mobile voice OTT could become a disruptive force

The second phase of mobile VoIP innovation, led by highly sophisticated players, has the potential to attack the most fundamental model upon which telcos base their business. Global management consultancy Arthur D. Little’s latest report, Disruptive threat or innovative opportunity? outlines key trends influencing this development and the response options available. [...]

Automotive, Strategy & Organization UK, London - 31 October 2011

Arthur D. Little identifies solutions for the future of urban mobility

Hong Kong outperforms with networked, multimodal systems

With existing systems close to breakdown urban mobility is one of the toughest challenges that cities face. In its new study The Future of Urban Mobility: Towards networked, multimodal cities of 2050, innovation consultancy Arthur D. Little (ADL) showcases best practice from around the world, identifying strategic imperatives for meeting this challenge. [...]

Technology & Innovation Management UK, London - 27 September 2011

New study quantifies the impact of broadband speed on GDP

Doubling the broadband speed for an economy increases GDP by 0.3 per cent.

Research conducted by Ericsson, Arthur D. Little and Chalmers University of Technology confirms that increased broadband speed contributes significantly to economic growth. Positive effects come from automated and simplified processes, increased productivity as well as better access to basic services such as education and health. [...]

UK, London - 08 June 2011

Focus on new business areas to dramatically increase in next ten years, reveals global innovation survey from Arthur D. Little

Understanding what customers want remains top innovation management priority

Arthur D. Little has conducted a global survey of CIOs and CTOs1 to gauge their views on emerging trends over the next ten years in the area of innovation management.  Key findings are listed in this piece: [...]

UK, London - 31 May 2011

Arthur D. Little celebrates 125 years at the forefront of innovation

World's first management consultancy helps business embrace the new normal

Arthur D. Little, the world's first management consultancy, marks its 125th anniversary with the launch of an interactive microsite – 125years.adl.com – that celebrates the company's history while highlighting its most recent research and thinking around the future of innovation management. [...]

TIME Austria, Vienna - 12 April 2011

Telco suppliers must radically rethink their business models to compete with Asian vendors, states Arthur D. Little

Arthur D. Little’s global survey of the telecom infrastructure supplier market – “Are Suppliers Poised for a Turnaround?” – has revealed that Asian vendors and IT companies are increasingly taking market share from more established players. Ericsson, Huawei and Alcatel Lucent emerged as leaders at the end of 2010, but it is clear from analysing supplier operating margins that the market has yet to recover despite six years of consolidation. [...]

Technology & Innovation Management Austria, Vienna - 28 March 2011

mHealth could be the next killer app in the mobile industry, states Arthur D. Little

Advances in mobile technology have the potential to transform the way health care is delivered in both emerging and developed markets, with revenue potential reaching ten billion dollars within five years. While expanding into mHealth can create significant value and new growth opportunities for mobile operators, there are also significant challenges to be faced, as addressed in Arthur D. Little’s latest viewpoint, “Capturing Value in the mHealth Oasis: An Opportunity for Mobile Network Operators?". [...]

Technology & Innovation Management UK, London - 17 February 2011

Arthur D. Little produces systematic approach for managing technological change

Information and communication technologies (ICT) continue to drive innovation across industry sectors, whether replacing established technologies or enhancing the functionality of existing products.  Managing Technological Discontinuities, the latest report from innovation consultancy Arthur D. Little, outlines a workable framework for dealing with both the business opportunities and potential challenges that the changing face of ICT presents. [...]

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