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The BearingPoint Institute aims to equip business leaders with actionable insight that goes beyond traditional thought leadership.

Ludovic Leforestier Connected cars and privacy: who’s in the driving seat?
Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) need to engineer their vehicles for a data driven world
Connected cars will change the relationship between the vehicle manufacturers and their customers – for the first time, they will communicate around the clock, and directly.
Read our latest paper on data privacy and let us know your thoughts on it -
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Thomas Horster Finden Sie heraus was die führenden 25 Versicherungsunternehmen zum Thema zukunftsorientierte Strategie zu sagen haben
Ludovic Leforestier Ecosystems – No business is an island
Fourth BearingPoint Institute report focuses on developing robust ecosystems – both sources of innovation and disruption
London, April 23, 2014 – The fourth BearingPoint Institute report published this spring focuses on how businesses can live or die by their ability to adapt to environments changing faster than ever. Whether it is securing your global supplier network, building the right skills to tap into a previously unthinkable mass of data, or teaming with external partners, the research papers explore strategies for a connected and dynamic world.
The smart insurer: embedding big data in corporate strategy
A bastion of the financial services sector, the industry’s actuarial model is under threat from new challengers
Insurers see technology as an answer: new BearingPoint Institute research shows 71% of respondents making big data and smart analytics a high priority by 2018
In conclusion, the answers are not just technology or skills related; insurers should build a holistic response incorporating the other 3 pillars we outline
Utilities x.0: energy companies prepare for a reboot
Utilities is a capital-intensive industry also faced with dynamic upheaval. Smart grids and renewable energy sources are set to divide the industry as decentralisation takes hold. The direction each firm wants to take will influence the nature of their ecosystem, whether that’s embracing smart technology or welcoming consumers into the heart of their business.
BearingPoint Institute’s survey shows 45% of respondents expect virtual generation to represent over 5% of their total capacity by 2025
Drawing from this original research, the BearingPoint Smart Utilities Index charts the five attributes companies need in order to embrace or defend against three completely new business models
Will your suppliers turn from strategic to catastrophic?
Outsourcing has long been seen as an easy win for Western businesses looking to take advantage of the cheap labour in low-cost countries. But with wages in the East growing quicker than in the West, the pool of options is shrinking.
A preview of the BearingPoint’s eighth annual Sourcing Monitor reveals a trend of ever growing significance for procurement departments tasked with building such ecosystems
A strong case is made for business customers to turn struggling suppliers around, aided by an early warning system that identifies problems and offers companies time to stabilise their ecosystem before it rots the business from the inside
Repaying the stakeholder, not the shareholder
Business gurus Charles Hampden-Turner and Fons Trompenaars of THT Consulting, make a passionate plea to take a long term view, aimed to please stakeholders rather than shareholders
In their eyes, this offers a sustainable future for all – plus a more profitable one
Can Darwin teach us how to adapt to the era of the digital customer?
A joint new book resulting from a collaboration between BearingPoint and West Monroe Partners, Darwinism in a consumer driven world, seeks inspiration from Charles Darwin’s 150 year old theories of evolution and provides actionable advice on customer strategies
Ten future business mistakes in strategic planning
BearingPoint Partners list the top ten mistakes businesses are likely to make over the coming years; they also have an idea or two as to how to solve them…
Per Jacobsson, BearingPoint Partner and lead for the BearingPoint Institute, commented on this BearingPoint Institute Report Issue 004:
“In business, as in life, we are all too often guilty of focusing on the self, rather than broadening horizons and welcoming collaboration. This fourth BearingPoint Institute report uses original research and analysis to recognise we can either succeed together or fail individually. We hope this helps our clients and readers challenge their current ecosystems and see the world differently too.”
You can order the full report on the BearingPoint website: or contact us to discuss individual themes in more detail.
About the BearingPoint Institute
Founded in 2009, the BearingPoint Institute is an incisive, authoritative voice on business-critical topics, bringing together the finest minds from both within and outside the BearingPoint organisation. We strive to:
Advise business leaders to understand the evolution of the global economy at a deeper level
Explore new thinking, going beyond straightforward “Thought Leadership”
Propose new points of view about strategy and organisational change, and stimulate debate
This is achieved by offering practical, real-world advice from:
A leadership team composed of senior BearingPoint Partners, representing geographical diversity and a wealth of capabilities
An independent Advisory Board formed by recognised business leaders and academics
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About BearingPoint
BearingPoint consultants understand that the world of business changes constantly and that the resulting complexities demand intelligent and adaptive solutions. Our clients, whether in commercial or financial industries or in government, experience real results when they work with us. We combine industry, operational and technology skills with relevant proprietary and other assets in order to tailor solutions for each client’s individual challenges. This adaptive approach is at the heart of our culture and has led to long-standing relationships with many of the world’s leading companies and organisations. Our global consulting network of 9200 people serves clients in more than 70 countries and engages with them for measurable results and long-lasting success.
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Ludovic Leforestier Can cross-channel offer Europe’s retailers a more certain future?
Retail is facing a 'race to the bottom' and omnichannel increasingly looks like as a must do. High-end FMCG brands such as LVMH, Apple and Burberry show that click and mortar works.
The BearingPoint Institute surveyed over 100 European retail senior executives and strategists and found that just 33% of companies have a clear cross-channel picture of their customers. Change might come slowly: whilst 47% view cross-channel commerce as a board-level priority, 50% say organizational change is not on the agenda before at least 2015. The BearingPoint Institute has identified a three-step model for #retail behaviour change that adds real bottom line value.
Download the BearingPoint Institute Report Issue 003 paper now at: or watch BearingPoint Partner Kay O. Manke here:
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  • Gegründet: 23.09.2013
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