Starting a business – any business – is a test of faith, intelligence, discipline and ultimate belief in human ability. It takes vision, courage, and determination to succeed, and persistence in the face of inevitable obstacles.
Corporate business & IT strategy—which businesses to be in and which to exit Business unit strategy—how to help a specific business reach its full economic potential.
Strategy across the organization, including Technology Management , Information System Upgrades , Sales and Marketing, Operations, Organizational Effectiveness and Change Management.
•Fundamentals of growth: Only one in 10 companies succeed in achieving sustained growth. We help companies grow by defining and focusing on their core.
•Business unit strategy: Effective BU strategy requires making proprietary decisions on where to play and how to win. The goal is to drive business to full economic potential.”How to help a specific business reach its full economic potential”.
•Corporate strategy: Corporate strategy involves a proprietary set of actions that enables a company to be worth more than just the sum of its parts. The most critical role of the center is to help its business units achieve leadership positions.”Which businesses to be in and which to exit.”
•ARCG Innovation: ARCG works with clients to combine creative and analytic approaches to transform innovation for new product development and across the full customer experience.
•ARCG Strategy: Strategy across the organization, including sales and marketing, operations, IT, overall organizational effectiveness and change management.
Emerging Markets: Home to most of the world’s population and growing at double-digit rates, emerging markets in Asia & Middle East represent a must-win area for companies. ARCG helps companies navigate this unfamiliar terrain, competing against other indigenous companies.
helps companies develop renewable energy policies, realize the full potential of recycling processes, and identify the impact of trends and regulations, among other agendas.
•Workshops: The strategy practice has a series of off-the-shelf workshops to help clients brainstorm opportunities, prioritize strategic options, and identify and discuss strategic needs and potential pitfalls.