Change is not enough. You need to transform your business. You need to unlock its potential to drive profitable growth. To get results now, not next year, you need an experienced partner who will challenge your current thinking and bring knowledge and expertise from other sectors as well as your own. A committed partner who specialises in business transformation and who will work closely with your people in a way that suits you.
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On Thursday 27 March 2014, 40 top executives gathered in the ballroom of The Connaught Hotel to discuss an essential topic in today’s business landscape: how to drive sustainable growth in international businesses.
We helped the Guardian achieve a significant uplift in digital revenue and overall profitability. This was done by creating a new digital-first and globally-focused strategy, then implementing a new operating model to deliver it.
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.
Last week, Morrisons announced their expectation that underlying profitability for the current year...
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.
Lessons we should be learning from 10 years of Digital Transformation.
Paul Cooper’s blog article of February 2014 was published by New Civil Engineer. AMP6 is coming and it would appear that very few companies are ready. Until now, the focus for even the most progressive water companies has rightly been on business planning, evaluating suppliers and awarding contracts. Now it is time to plan for the wholesale changes that will be required to their own businesses once AMP6 arrives, before it is too late…
Director Jon Dakin’s blog post was published in Retail Week. Despite vast investment, retail IT projects routinely fail to deliver. Retailers spend a lot of time and effort on increasingly sophisticated technology, so how should they be developing and adopting it? Jon Dakin, director at Boxwood, says a solid business case is necessary: “There should be no such thing as a technology project - it’s a business transformation project.