• Strategy & Business Models
• Processes & Organisation
• Mergers & Acquisitions
• Finance & Controlling
• Transformation Management
Energy can be regarded as the cause of all changes in the world.
Werner K. Heisenberg (1901-1976), physicist and philosopher
Exploration, generation, trading, portfolio management, grid, storage, sales, consumption, disposal, recycling, electricity, gas, water, heat, biomass, coal, oil.
Processes & Organisation
The company’s processes and organisation must correspond to its strategic direction and are therefore derived from the corporate strategy. They should also be in tune with the talents and capabilities of the workforce. And they should be adapted to the technologies used. In the energy industry, in addition to detailed technical expertise, deep insight into the regulatory framework is also required. Processes and organisation are closely interrelated. The combination of activities and the acting persons defines business operations. At The Advisory House, we know that successful companies need “the right people doing the right things”.
- You recognise the need to act since your management structure no longer corresponds to your strategic orientation.
- You want to upgrade your organisation, develop alternatives and introduce improvements.
- You want to analyse your processes, detect redundancies and achieve higher operating efficiency.
- You want to map tasks and responsibilities better to capabilities and potential.
- You are considering outsourcing processes or cooperating with partners to implement them.
- We assess your organisation by comparing it with the industry and develop high-performance organisations aligned with the strategy.
- We connect tasks, responsibilities and competencies.
- We analyse your processes and identify improvement potential (efficiency and effectiveness).
- We calculate your process costs and identify savings potential based on quantitative experience.
- We work with you to develop measures with detailed pragmatic implementation steps.
- We support you in identifying outsourcing potential and assessing shared service companies.
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