Wednesday, December 9th 2020
This week in
Can digital transformation be the key for the Automotive industry to recover from the pandemic?
This week’s must read
Increased connectivity, environmental regulations, IoT, wireless solutions are all technologies available to serve the automotive industry. The emergence of artificial intelligence and the abundance of customer data will drive future investments. What can we expect in digital transformation for Automotive?
This Week’s Must Read is an insight piece from OroCommerce on the digital transformation in the Automotive industry.
In a world where connected, autonomous and electric vehicles are essential in the automotive sector, technology suppliers will face their own challenges, such as protecting their IP. It will be interesting to see how these developments will impact Supply Chains.
The COVID-19 pandemic has placed enormous pressure on automakers to stay competitive and make investments that make mobility smarter (AI, 5G…). How can the automotive industry remain relevant?
The global pandemic is not the cause of the transformation initiated in the automotive industry and faced by suppliers today. Electric vehicles and the modern car generate huge amounts of data that suppliers will have to exploit to generate income and profits. Will they be able to take advantage of the hard lessons learned during the 2008 recession?
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated new mobility offerings, and technological disruptions, such as digitization, vehicle connectivity, and electrification, encouraging consumers to adopt digitally enabled car buying and online sales models. What will the automotive retail landscape look like?
This week’s Consulting News
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This week’s media
Automotive Companies are now able to collect and analyze a gigantic amount of data. Advancements in data analytics and its fusion with the automotive industry have led to smarter, more connected vehicles and drastic sales and marketing improvements.
Consulting sourcing tips
Demand management is an indispensable instrument for procurement professionals and businesses in general. Implementing it for the consultancy category is a no-brainer if you want to maintain spend control and strategic alignment.
Internal Consulting is a growing trend today. In this article, you’ll learn how to set up your internal consulting group.
When you are looking for a consultant or a consulting firm to help you improve your business, it’s a good idea to check the references provided. References can provide more information about the consultant or firm and can offer insights into the kind of work they have done in the past. In this article, learn the importance of checking references and what questions you need to ask while doing so.
Previous Weeks’ issues
In this issue of This Week in Consulting, we explore various aspects of crisis management, from using simulation to preparing for crises to organizing communication. We also look at how to involve the key stakeholders, some best practices from a leadership standpoint, and how to flip the script and in some cases turn the crisis into an opportunity.
In this issue of This Week in Consulting, we explore key trends shaping the future of hospitality, which promise to be quite exciting on all these fronts.
In this issue of This Week in Consulting we explore good practices to make the matrix work, how to change behaviors, how to define and embed values, how to avoid losing momentum during aa reorganization and how organization design can make or break a deal.
Hélène Laffitte is the CEO of Consulting Quest, a Global Performance-Driven Consulting Platform and author of “Smart Consulting Sourcing”, a step by step guide to getting the best ROI from your consulting. With a blend of experience in Procurement and Consulting, Hélène is passionate about helping Companies create more value through Consulting.