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Arthur D. Little and the UITP identify 25 imperatives to...

Global consultancy Arthur D. Little, together with its partner the UITP – The International Association of Public Transport – identifies three strategic directions and 25 imperatives for cities to consider to better shape the future of urban mobility. December 2013 saw the release of the second...
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Travel & transportation

Innovation Leader of the year 2013

The world is currently entering a new era in which companies, nations, and continents must reinvent themselves. Intense competition, shorter product lifecycles and the continuing aftermath of a global economic crisis means it is more essential than ever to constantly change in order to survive...
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Future of Urban Mobility ranking shows most cities are...

The new version of the ‘Future of Urban Mobility’ study includes an update of Arthur D. Little’s Urban Mobility Index, assessing the world’s cities in terms of mobility maturity and performance and together with the International Association of Public Transport (UITP) identifies strategic...
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Travel & transportation

Arthur D. Little study reveals the Future of Medtech...

High performance innovation system generates significant profits

Healthcare providers are under pressure to deliver improved medical outcomes while consuming fewer resources. Arthur D. Little’s (ADL) recent global Innovation Excellence study demonstrates that a high performance innovation system generates significant and quantifiable effects on profitability and...
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Healthcare & life sciences

Arthur D. Little announces the successful completion of its...

Firm returns to a Global Partnership

Arthur D. Little today announces that it successfully completed its Management Buy-Out (“MBO”) with Altran Technologies on 30th December, 2011. In its 125th anniversary year, the world’s first management consulting firm has once again become a Global Private Partnership, with 100% of the ownership...
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Saudi telecoms regulator receives 19 applications from...

Arthur D. Little acts as adviser in the liberalisation of the telecommunications industry

Arthur D. Little (ADL), the global strategy management consulting firm with a significant presence in the Middle East, has witnessed immense success in its role as an adviser in the liberalisation of the telecommunications industry in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The Communications and...
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Verizon among the three qualified consortiums to provide...

Multiple fixed services licenses to be awarded

The Saudi Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) has announced that three consortiums have been considered as qualified applicants for the Fixed License. The qualified applicants are now expected to bid for the spectrum to offer fixed services. As optical communications company...
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Saudi Arabian ministry of commerce and industry engages...

The Saudi Ministry of commerce and industry recently appointed Arthur D. Little to develop the consumer protection regime in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Arthur D. Little will advice the ministry on its strategy and the optimal design for the organisation tasked with upholding consumer rights and...
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Public services

Arthur D. Little identifies strategies for excellence in...

Six Key Levers to eliminate weak spots and achieve excellence

Competition between premium OEM’s will become fierce and put market shares at risk in the run up to 2020, according to management consultancy Arthur D. Little’s new viewpoint, Battle for Sales in the Premium segment. With all three German vehicle manufacturers aiming to become the market leader, it...
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Automotive

Transforming tomorrow’s workspaces: how businesses are...

Issue 2

Building upon Arthur D Little’s latest Global Innovation Excellence Survey, the article challenges businesses to consider “how well are you innovating”? With results from the survey showing that top quartile innovation performers can get up to 13% more profit from new products and services than...
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