Kennedy's exclusive research offers details on Strategy consulting market trends and demand, and profiles firms capable of affecting client companies’ long-term growth prospects. These services include, but are not limited to, Strategic Planning, Organizational Strategy, Marketing, Sales and Branding Strategy, and Financial Strategy.
Core Market Research and Strategy Firm Profiles
- Strategy and Operations Management Consulting Market Index Research 2013
Take an in-depth, uncluttered look at current and forecasted growth in the Strategy and Operations (S&O) Management marketplace through the expert, quantitative lens of the Kennedy analyst team.
- Leadership Development Consulting
New Kennedy findings show that the outlook for leadership development is shifting as executives rethink their human capital strategies and the role that leadership plays in driving profitability and growth. Clients are seeking leadership development that is tightly linked to corporate and talent strategies and uses living case studies to develop relevant, actionable leadership skills. In fact, as organizations realize developing leadership behaviors and skills does not happen overnight, providers report growing demand for longer-lasting engagements. Now, learn more about key competencies among the top firms serving this multi-billion dollar industry consulting segment with Kennedy’s in-depth study.
- New Market Entry Strategy Consulting
New market entry is back — Kennedy analysts portend that growth will persist throughout the forecast period. And, although companies are not making a lot of big bets on new markets, they are taking a more cross-functional and systematic approach to the ones they do make. Instead of dabbling in premium segments of lots of emerging markets, the objective is to dominate niches and garner meaningful scale in mass segments in select new markets. Now, take an in-depth look at the top consulting firms charging ahead in this crowded marketplace. The research clearly illustrates each provider’s core competencies, strengths and weaknesses, while providing detailed analysis across geographic regions and client industries.
- Human Capital Strategy Consulting
Among the many trends examined in Kennedy’s new study, workers on both ends of the age spectrum will increasingly be involved in the workforce, translating into a social phenomenon where three generations are working side by side. Managing employee engagement in the multigenerational workforce requires strong leaders and tailored employee value propositions. Learn more about these and other factors driving engagements — plus new opportunities and key capabilities among top consulting firms leading the way in this small, yet high-growth segment. The research clearly illustrates each leading consulting firm’s core competencies, strengths and weaknesses, while providing detailed analysis across provider segments, geographic regions, and client industries.
- Digital Strategy Consulting
Take a closer look at the new digital revolution with Kennedy’s exclusive study, detailing where the greatest potential is for clients, and what types of engagements they are seeking. It also includes the latest trends, forecasts, and data on top digital strategy firms, and what the major consulting issues and challenges are. The research clearly illustrates each profiled firm’s core capabilities, strengths and weaknesses, while providing detailed analysis across service and consulting segments, geographic regions, and client industries.
- Change Management Consulting Market
No longer relegated to end of project, “nice to have” status, Change Management is not only getting its due diligence, it’s becoming a worldwide movement. This new level of executive commitment to a culture of change and organizational agility spells opportunity for clients and consultants alike. Kennedy’s timely new report leads the way, clearly illustrating the leading Change Management consulting firms’ core competencies, strengths and weaknesses, while providing detailed analysis across consulting client industries, key geographic regions, and the four major Change Management consulting segments.
- Supply Chain Risk Management Consulting
Supply Chain Risk Management’s time as a niche offering has passed, and its entry into mainstream consulting has clearly arrived — with firms of all sizes upping their game in this arena. In fact, thanks to a quick succession of risk events between 2008 and 2011, the C-suite has taken notice and risk with a capital ‘R’ has become a core element of supply chain management. Kennedy’s timely new report clearly illustrates the top-rated firms’ risk capabilities, while providing exclusive intelligence, case studies, and in-depth analysis across key geographic regions, client vertical industry, and the specific Supply Chain Risk Management consulting segments of: risk specialists; technology specialists; supply chain specialists; operations management; and multi-service.