In today’s world, business leaders want to reinvent rapidly and confidently to increase resilience, mitigate risk, and grow with sustainable value. That’s where Accenture Strategy & Consulting comes in. We bring together strategic visionaries, industry experts, practitioners from across every enterprise function, business intelligence professionals, change specialists, data and AI authorities, and many other specialized skills to co-create each client’s unique path to reinvention. You will be a trusted partner to business leaders, working with a diverse team of experts to deliver successful tech-enabled transformation and new kinds of value for your clients. Strategy and Consulting is one of four services that make up one Accenture –the others are Interactive, Technology, and Operations.
The CEO & Enterprise Strategy aspires to partner to CEO on market disruption, broad corporate transformation, and leadership issues – relevant to Board, shareholder, ESG, and connected C-level issues focusing on 5 domains:
Cost Transformation: reset and variables cost structures. Intelligence Enterprise: architect business models that embrace the future of work and technology. M&A and Private Equity: rebalance for resilience and growth. Growth, Pricing, and Corporate Strategy: reimagine products, services, and assets to disrupt and win the market. Sustainability & Responsible Business: strengthen the commitment to porpoise.
As we deliver on the promise of technology and human ingenuity, nothing shows greater promise than Cost Transformation:
Zero-based Commercial: define the right customer experiences and price points for each segment. Evaluate total share of wallet to optimize investments and grow revenue
Zero-based Organization: determine future needs and redesign to shift talent away from work that doesn’t drive the outcomes you want
Zero-based Spend: identify General & Administration (G&A) with an unprecedented level of granularity to make bold choices that free up cash for growth initiatives
Zero-based Supply Chain: pinpoint the “should cost” of goods sold based on price, performance, and value engineering, then optimize products and services accordingly