Why is KPMG successful
The mission of strategy consulting at KPMG is to create sustainable added value for our customers' companies. That is why we harmonize all dimensions of a successful company. From the definition of sustainable financial and return targets, the evaluation of the associated business risks to the strengthening of innovative strength. Since the economic environment and its actors are constantly changing, our understanding of the interrelationships between value creation, value retention and innovative strength must also continuously develop. Through our diverse and close cooperation with decision-makers from the economic environment, we are continuously expanding our perspective and are thus able to question conventional thinking and acting and to develop sustainable solutions.
Today, due to technological developments, industries and companies that used to be largely independent are growing together and bringing them into direct competition with one another. This creates new opportunities, but also risks. When companies face each other as direct competitors for the first time under such changed market conditions and when new competitors enter the market, the effects on their own business model can be complex and unpredictable. In some cases, such developments lead to an abrupt end of the previously known business model.
For our customers, this means that the targeted allocation of resources and capital in line with the defined financial and return targets is becoming more and more challenging. Many companies must therefore become more agile, more productive and more transparent in order to enable management to better control the company on a strategic and operational level. This in turn makes it imperative that the company's "triad" of financial, business and operational models are optimally coordinated.
Our numerous analyzes and project experiences reinforce our conviction that especially those companies will emerge as winners from this change, which with courage, willpower and determination are open to all necessary changes and implement them as quickly as possible.
Our strategy consultants support companies and their decision-makers in times of change and uncertain waters in order to enable sustainable growth of the company in the future. We also help our customers to develop unconventional and innovative strategic approaches that put agility, customer focus and operational excellence at the center of strategic objectives. At this point, as strategy consultants at KPMG, we do not stop, but work shoulder to shoulder with our customers to implement the solutions that have been developed. In doing so, we ensure at every point in time during implementation that the momentum is used to achieve results, increases in value and the risk of decisions and actions are minimized.
We refer to this approach internally as "Strategy through measurable results“.
KPMG has a network of strategy consultants around the world. They have the necessary experience and expertise to support companies in every industry with a wide variety of tasks. We can draw on KPMG's company-wide experience from countless projects in a wide variety of subject areas (e.g. strategic transformations, change management, M&A).
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