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Establishing an Operational Excellence capability for a top ten pharmaceutical company to achieve ambitious cost and efficiency targets.
In the final of our series, The 4 As, we look at Apple, one of the world’s most iconic and innovative brands.
The public sector has been the butt of many ‘what not to do’ articles in terms of improving their relationship with the customer and engaging with the digital world to do this.
We partnered with Carphone Warehouse to deliver growth and major organisational transformation. We simplified the business to reduce operating costs by 15%. A new operating model led to a further £30m in savings in the following financial year.
Boxwood designed and led an efficiency programme that delivered 20% cost efficiencies in an existing contract thereby securing a further £1.2 billion eight-year contract.
We are delighted to announce that Boxwood has been shortlisted for this year’s Management Consultancy Association(MCA) Awards, which will be announced in London on 23th April 2015. Our work with Arco has been shortlisted in the Change Management in the Private Sector category.
Boxwood’s Christmas Trading Report reveals the 2014 Christmas trading period proved to be even more challenging than usual for many retailers. An unseasonably mild autumn together with the chaotic scenes we saw on Black Friday and Cyber Monday left many retailers perplexed on how to effectively manage the holiday trading period. In particular, Christmas 2014 saw supply chains come under severe strain as record numbers of consumers moved online in search of best price and convenience. Nonetheless, there were some notable successes across the trading period for those who managed to plan adequately and, more importantly, execute their plans effectively.