As disruptive new technologies emerge and sector convergence sets industries on collision courses, both opportunities and threats present themselves in the shape of new markets, propositions, channels, capabilities and behaviors. When organizations from different industries meet in the market for the first time, and when disruptive new entrants are added into the mix, the impact becomes more complex, less predictable, and usually leads to shortened lifespans of business models.
As such, the task of allocating and generating return on investment has become more demanding. Organizations need to be more agile, with greater control and visibility over strategy and operations. Significant opportunity exists for organizations that are bold, seize change and are prepared to rethink their portfolios of businesses, markets, brands, and customers. This increases the importance of aligning financial, business and operating models.
We support organizations and executive teams in defining their ambition and developing innovative strategies that embed the agility, customer-centricity and operational excellence needed to thrive in dynamic markets. But, we don’t stop there – we draw on KPMG’s deep functional expertise to work shoulder to shoulder with our clients through implementation and deliver targeted results by accelerating momentum, locking down value and de-risking both decisions and actions.
KPMG’s strategy teams work with a wide range of organizations from the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors. We know the imperative of continually reviewing and updating strategy to reflect today's dynamic markets to create opportunities and respond to threats. We believe that agile strategies are more important than ever in this rapidly changing world.
We bring insights, ideas, methods and experience to help clients craft winning strategies.
Our strategy capabilities include:
- Economic and development strategy
- Enterprise strategy
- Growth strategy
- Investment attraction
- Program design and development
- Strategy management and performance