Durch eigene Forschungsarbeiten in wichtigen Bereichen moderner Managementtheorie und -praxis sind unsere Erkenntnisse und Einblicke, die wir unseren Klienten bieten, stets auf dem neuesten Stand. In verschiedenen Publikationen beleuchten wir laufend die fundamentalen wirtschaftlichen Trends in allen Sektoren und Themenfeldern, die unsere Klienten bewegen – in Deutschland wie auch international.


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Elektromobilität

The global electric-vehicle market is amped up and on the rise

China remains firmly in the lead on our Electric Vehicle Index. But other pockets of growing public- and private-sector commitment to these vehicles have emerged.

The global electric-vehicle market is amped up and on the rise

Elektromobilität

The global electric-vehicle market is amped up and on the rise

Last year, for the first time, global sales of new electric vehicles (EVs)1 passed a million units, according to McKinsey’s Electric Vehicle Index. Under the current growth trajectory, EV producers could almost quadruple that achievement by 2020, moving 4.5 million units, around 5 percent of the overall global light-vehicle market.
Industrie

Digitalisierung und künstliche Intelligenz: Industrie rechnet mit schnellerem Wandel

Vorstände und Unternehmensentscheider aus der Industrie erwarten, dass sich ihre Branchen in den nächsten fünf Jahren stärker verändern als in allen vergangenen Jahrzehnten.

Digitalisierung und künstliche Intelligenz: Industrie rechnet mit schnellerem Wandel

Industrie

Digitalisierung und künstliche Intelligenz: Industrie rechnet mit schnellerem Wandel

85% der Verantwortlichen aus der Automobilindustrie, dem Maschinenbau sowie der Luftfahrt- und Verteidigungsbranche gehen davon aus, dass technologische Durchbrüche wie künstliche Intelligenz, das Internet der Dinge und datenbasierte Geschäftsmodelle ihr Unternehmen komplett verändern werden. Drei von vier Verantwortlichen nennen vor allem die Geschwindigkeit des Wandels als wesentlichen Faktor. Fast jeder Zweite hält auch das Ausmaß der Veränderung für noch nie dagewesen. Gleichzeitig fühlen sich die traditionellen Unternehmen schlecht auf den Wandel vorbereitet – vor allen wenn es darum geht, neue digitale Geschäftsmodelle aufzubauen und die dafür notwendigen Talente zu gewinnen. Dies sind die zentralen Ergebnisse einer weltweiten Befragung von über 300 Top-Entscheidern aus der Industrie mit dem Titel „Disruptive forces in the industrial sector – a global executive survey“ von McKinsey & Company.
Automobilindustrie

Self-driving car technology: When will the robots hit the road?

As cars achieve initial self-driving thresholds, some supporters insist that fully autonomous cars are around the corner. But the technology tells a (somewhat) different story.

Self-driving car technology: When will the robots hit the road?

Automobilindustrie

Self-driving car technology: When will the robots hit the road?

The most recent people targeted for replacement by robots? Car drivers—one of the most common occupations around the world. Automotive players face a self-driving-car disruption driven largely by the tech industry, and the associated buzz has many consumers expecting their next cars to be fully autonomous. But a close examination of the technologies required to achieve advanced levels of autonomous driving suggests a significantly longer timeline; such vehicles are perhaps five to ten years away.
Internet of Things

Security in the Internet of Things

Security issues may represent the greatest obstacle to growth of the Internet of Things. How can semiconductor companies help resolve them?

Security in the Internet of Things

Internet of Things

Security in the Internet of Things

Over the past few years, the Internet of Things (IoT) has captured headlines across the world, with newspaper and magazine articles describing its potential to transform our daily lives. With its network of “smart,” sensor-enabled devices that can communicate and coordinate with one another via the Internet, the IoT could facilitate computer-mediated strategies for conducting business, providing healthcare, and managing city resources, among numerous other tasks. For the public, the IoT could transform many of our most mundane activities by enabling innovations as diverse as self-driving cars and connected refrigerators capable of sending pictures of their contents to shoppers in grocery stores.
Technologie

Wie Autoindustrie und die Hightechbranche zusammenwachsen

Autonomes Fahren, Connectivity, E-Mobilität und neue Mobilitätskonzepte - die Autoindustrie und die Hightechbranche wachsen zunehmend zusammen.

Wie Autoindustrie und die Hightechbranche zusammenwachsen

Technologie

Wie Autoindustrie und die Hightechbranche zusammenwachsen

Autonomes Fahren, Connectivity, E-Mobilität und neue Mobilitätskonzepte - die Autoindustrie und die Hightechbranche wachsen zunehmend zusammen. Die Spielregeln und Erfolgsfaktoren in diesem neuen Ökosystem ändern sich grundlegend.
Digital

The changing market for food delivery

Online food-delivery platforms are expanding choice and convenience, allowing customers to order from a wide array of restaurants with a single tap of their mobile phone.

The changing market for food delivery

Digital

The changing market for food delivery

The business of delivering restaurant meals to the home is undergoing rapid change as new online platforms race to capture markets and customers across the Americas, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Although these new Internet platforms are attracting considerable investment and high valuations—already, five are valued at more than $1 billion—little real knowledge about market dynamics, growth potential, or customer behavior exists. Research from McKinsey, based on a six-month study covering 16 countries around the globe, provides insight into this fast-changing market.
Mobilität

An integrated perspective on the future of mobility

A number of social, economic, and technological trends will work together to disrupt mobility, potentially creating three new urban models by 2030.

An integrated perspective on the future of mobility

Mobilität

An integrated perspective on the future of mobility

What will be the future of urban mobility? A new report, An integrated perspective on the future of mobility, a collaboration between Bloomberg New Energy Finance and McKinsey, seeks to answer that question. To do so, it explores how a number of existing social, economic, and technological trends will work together to disrupt mobility at the local level.

The result is a radically different future based around three models of advanced urban mobility that are achievable by 2030. Inevitably, individual cities will make different decisions, based on specific local conditions, and go in different directions—and, globally, mobility systems in 2030 will on average look very much like they do today.
Halbleiter

Improving semiconductor R&D

Using data-driven insights speeds up delivery time, helps change mind-sets, and allows companies to tackle more complex projects.

Improving semiconductor R&D

Halbleiter

Improving semiconductor R&D

Research-and-development projects often miss their deadlines and exceed budgets. But by replacing instinct and guesswork with advanced analytics, companies should be able to better direct scarce resources, as well as speed up cycle times. A case in point is in the semiconductor industry, where we have found that some 80 percent of R&D projects need this kind of help. Our study of more than 2,000 integrated-circuit projects showed that companies often drastically underestimate staffing requirements and have to play catch-up later in the life of a project.
Semiconductor

Winning through M&A? Deal making in the semiconductor sector

Semiconductor companies have much to gain through M&A if they can overcome their misconceptions and upgrade their execution strategy.

Winning through M&A? Deal making in the semiconductor sector

Semiconductor

Winning through M&A? Deal making in the semiconductor sector

After a number of years of limited deal making, the semiconductor industry has been experiencing an uptick in mergers and acquisitions. The reasons behind the shift are clear: revenues are slowing, forcing players to seek other sources of growth, and customers increasingly prefer purchasing integrated solutions from one company. In response, semiconductor companies are acquiring or merging with enterprises that will take them into new areas of the value chain. Each deal prompts other companies to consider M&A to gain scale and remain competitive.
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