We promote change management and transformation processes
Competitive forces and the elements that shape and define the business strategy of companies have radically changed. At Montblanc, we help our clients to reimagine their business from their perspective, incorporating technologies in the definitions and also redefining the role and scope of the company, with an ecosystem perspective.
About Our Servicies
We help to build a business strategy that recognizes the essential assets and capabilities of the company, the competitive environment, and the client’s perspective. We incorporate new views of business models, from income generation to collaboration models and ecosystems
We help our clients to understand the elements valued by customers in their relevant markets and define integrated actions for greater commercial effectiveness.
We analyze companies in a position to buy or sell, understanding their business system, operational and commercial performance, strategy, and growth potential, facilitating an effective valuation and generating indications to guide the effort and focus post-merger or purchase/sale
We support companies in the definition of strategic alliances, establishing the elements of collaboration and the limits of action for the members of the alliance
We support organizations to imagine possible futures through a structured process, which allows anticipating concrete and integrated actions (multi-area) to respond to potential future risks and opportunities
Productivity: Key driver for the economic recovery
Montblanc Consulting presents to the business community a reflection of its 12 current and former board members, in which they share their views on the challenge of increasing the productivity of companies in the face of the country's economic recovery. ...
Curiosity to experiment would be the basis for transforming organizations
In today's dynamic world, the ability to adapt nimbly to the environment is an increasingly important skill for companies. However, some large, more traditional companies find it difficult to implement rapid changes that involve more than incremental improvement. Going beyond...
Root cause analysis – the cause of the problems
Many times in projects we see situations where failures occur in equipment/machines, in processes and also in interactions between people (communication, decision making, etc). The responsibility for "correcting" these problems generally lies at the intermediate levels in...
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