Recent years have seen the energy sector undergo radical changes, laying the basis for what is today an uncertain, complex scenario. Issues like environmental impact and energy savings are now at the heart of international debates that are resulting in transformations, some quicker than others, in a context of constantly-evolving legislation with ever-tighter restrictions. The energy industry must be able to choose projects that look to the future, making the move from a centralised system to a distributed option. The transition from traditional sources (oil, gas and coal) to renewable ones continues to be rather slow due to the considerable expense involved in the investments that can only be offset with the promotion of incentives and technological development. During this lengthy transition phase, therefore, it is essential to improve the “old” and in particular make it compatible with the “new” in the short/medium-term; this reduces the risks involved in assuring a return on investment by combining strategic choices with the effectiveness of tactical transition routes.
Ensure the success of transformation projects through the support to cultural and behavioral changes in people – a company’s main asset.
Transformation projects have a significant impact on the people involved, in terms of organizational, behavioral and cultural implications.
The “mobilization” of people is therefore an essential factor to succeed in any transformation project.
But what are people “mobilization” drivers? Are they rational or emotional elements? Or both?
According to our experience in managing important transformation projects, we are firmly convinced that change cannot be forced; it must be properly understood and adopted by the people involved to be truly effective.
Our approach is based on four essential steps:
- Create the “need” for change
- Identify the “agents” of the change
- Start the transformation process from the foundations of the organisational structure
- Develop the necessary competences for an effective transformation
Over the years, we have developed methods and tools supporting mobilisation, keeping always in mind that the human and cultural factor is extremely varied and cannot be broached in a purely “scientific” way.
Design effective and efficient processes in terms of costs, time and quality.
Every company has its own, pre-defined strategic targets and Business Strategy is the organisational structure that can help ensure they are achieved.
The key steps in redefining a corporate business strategy are:
- benchmarking and the construction of competitive scenarios
- the design of the organisational model and corporate governance processes
- strategic planning and economic-financial impacts
- search for and selection of industrial and commercial partners
Eurogroup Consulting supports company management teams in redefining their business position, according to the competition and assessing market scenarios and medium/long-term strategic goals. Together, we work with the company to define a business model, checking market, organisational and economic sustainability. We help companies with M&A processes and in preparing the subsequent business plans, making sector-specific skills available along with innovative methodological approaches and the know-how that derives from our membership of an international network.
Leverage on digital transformation, that is now present in all sectors and, if wrongly managed, can be a double-edged sword for the company, suiting the “digital behavior” of its customers.
Digitalization is driving organizations to make major, quick changes that require considerable investment in new technologies.
Experts in the field tend to use digitalization to “preserve” the current business model whereas digitalization can mean a clean break with this and a change to business models.
Digital, which is perceived as both an opportunity and a threat, requires in-depth understanding of the demands and concerns raised by both internal and external users.
Our key proposals to easily achieve a digital transformation are:
Speed up digital businesses
- Innovative business models
We help our customers define up-to-date digital strategies through the mobilization of innovative ecosystems.
- Service design
We design digital services based on user experiences.
- Quantitative intelligence
We integrate quantitative approaches with big data analysis and artificial intelligence.
Help our clients bring their digital transformation to life
- Digital Shift
We transform businesses, organizations, collaboration models and competences to ensure the best possible impact in the digital area.
- Digital factories
We develop and launch “digital factories”, technological architectures and other methods to enable and facilitate the transition to digital.
- The art of mobilization
We mobilize all stakeholders involved in digital transformation and guide the change using digital tools.