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Jun 29, 2016

The demands on Chief Restructuring Officers (CROs) are rising. For one thing, their role is ever more international, almost all major companies having activities outside the domestic market today. And for another, change management is now an increasingly significant element in restructuring projects. Communications and leadership skills for companies' chief restructurers are therefore more important than ever, according to the findings of a recent Roland Berger survey of Germany's top restructurers entitled "Chief restructuring officer – Coach or commander?".  >>

Jun 22, 2016

When the UK votes on whether or not to leave the European Union (EU) on June 23rd a great deal will be at stake for the country's science and engineering related industries. These sectors remain the backbone of the nation's economy and a direct employer of 2.6 million mostly highly skilled workers. UK exports account for GBP 390 bn, the engineering sectors accounting for 44% of these exports, the majority of which go to the EU. These are among the findings of a new study, "Engineering Brexit – British industry must fight to remain", conducted by Roland Berger.  >>

Jun 20, 2016

The industrial sector's transition to Industrie 4.0 is much more than a question of technology. It will affect not only individual corporate strategy but also national economic and employment policy. The consultancy Roland Berger has published a new study, "The Industrie 4.0 transition quantified – How the fourth industrial revolution is reshuffling the economic, social and industrial model", which lays out how these effects can be visualized. The key is to look at the return on capital employed (ROCE) in the manufacturing sector. The approach shows how Industrie 4.0 can help improve profitability and ROCE simultaneously and highlights the resulting effects on companies, nations and employment.  >>

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