We were approached by a London-based FMCG company to curate 4 webinars for 4 500 finance staff on the finance of the future.
We designed 4 X 90 minute sessions with speakers focusing on:
- A retired global CFO talking about the evolution of finance.
- RPA, AI and machine learnings are enablers and not disruptors to finance.
- Finance can be creative. Building a creative mindset.
- Beyond finance: The future skills of a finance leader.
Other case studies
Developing innovation is a daunting task for any firm. The Strategists not only aimed to create a plan for the way forward, but also a method to integrate strategic thinking, innovative planning and an innovation focused, corporate culture vertically throughout the firm.
Digitising a long-standing industry is a daunting task. With so many practices and approaches already implemented in a manner that seeks no renovation, applying an innovative approach to streamlining tasks, administration and operations can only be done through the use of technology.
The management of a firm operating in a single industry is already complex. Doing so for an overseas conglomerate that operates throughout multiple industries is as complex as it gets.
Logistics are not only an integral part of any firm, they also fulfil a major contribution to a country’s ability to transport goods, deliver packages and automate the commerce transfers on a national scale.
We were approached by a retail group that is nationally renowned for excellent products at an affordable price range. To implement their rationale “As good as the Best for Less,” The Strategists team was brought on board for a unique development initiative within their national strategy.
We are moving into a discontinuous, disruptive, digital world underpinned by rapid disintermediation and sector shifts. Large firms and industries as a whole are faced with developing this muscle and building an innovation culture that adapts and overcomes while also remaining profitable and seeing growth.