Ensuring enterprise-wide alignment: Helping clients shape their future by aligning firm-wide business and operating models.
Ensuring enterprise-wide alignment
Whereas our other expertise areas focus on specific business issues, our enterprise-wide strategy covers transformation in a broader sense. We refer to enterprise-wide strategy when member firm clients need a fundamental review of, or change in, where they play and how they win.
Organizations may require assistance with their enterprise-wide strategy for a number of reasons.
KPMG firms assist clients with addressing the following questions in designing, planning and implementing their enterprise-wide strategies.
Enterprise-wide strategy aligns the organization’s financial ambition, business model and operating model to maximize portfolio value and assist with the planning and implementation processes. Our 9 Levers of Value framework is at the heart of our approach. KPMG professionals methodically map the journey from where you need to be, back to where you are today – and what needs to happen for that journey to be realized.
Our approach therefore provides the overarching framework into which multi-year strategic planning, capital allocation model builds, strategic reviews, portfolio and synergy assessments, scenario planning, and other enterprise-wide services sit.
The stories below demonstrate KPMG firms’ experience developing enterprise-wide strategies for clients:
Transforming a company to achieve ambitious financial targets
As a result of new leadership, a multinational investment manager was considering a significant transformation, with an ambitious target of 300% revenue growth. KPMG firms crafted an enterprise-wide strategy to bring their vision – and the required journey to achieve it – to life.
Creating long-term profitability in a changing environment
Facing industry disruption, a Japanese oil refinery business needed assistance to develop a strategy for their portfolio businesses. KPMG firms identified which parts of their portfolio to grow through investment, or to exit, with a view to build the group’s long-term profitable existence.
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