The back of the yearbook - Setting the stage
An opera house is a world of its own, always engaged in a constant flurry of various activities. Dancers stretch their bodies
to the utmost, carpenters build stage sets, violinists bring out musical tones, marketing executives plan campaigns, singers prepare their vocal cords, accountants draw up budgets, tailors create costumes and much, much more.
All with the sole purpose of creating a magic that permeates the auditorium as the curtain rises. Everyone at the opera house is aware that a production requires thousands of details to run like clockwork. In many ways, the same is true in business. It is all about taking the initiative and being prepared to act quickly.
Fundamentally, it is about setting the stage in order to deliver.
We wish you a fulfilling reading experience that sets the tone for future collaborations on the business arena.
This yearbook is published by UnitedLog and Capacent, two companies that have slightly different orientations and
collaborate closely together. In our book, we share some
relevant and interesting assignments and discuss the
latest findings in terms of management and consulting.
Contents of the book
| On performance and change
Pricing in the spotlight
Identifying blind spots
Weak links in the food chain
The engineering industry beyond 2020
The mechanics behind the magic
Back in the driver’s seat
| Creating good Zound
Releasing the bonds from tied-up capital
Orchestrating an efficient purchasing organization
Supply chain optimization
Reviewing and improving the performance
Creating a platform for growth
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