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Korea | Chosun Journal | 24. Oktober 2014

Samsung, Hyundai should transform through active M&A to take a big leap

This article features an interview with Arthur D. Little CEO Ignatio Garcia Alves, drawing out detail from a roundtable discussion at the Shilla Hotel in Seoul, in which Alves participated. The article includes Alves’ comments about current trends and recommendations for the future for Korean companies such as Samsung and Hyundai. He stated that now is the most important period for Korean companies, and that they need to take advantage of it through change and innovation. Stating that Korean companies lack the “fighting spirit” of French companies and are “more hesitant” than Chinese companies, Alves encouraged Korean companies to become more aggressive. He recommended that they evolve themselves through mergers and acquisitions and streamline their operations. He also advised that Korean companies target the European and US markets as they expand outward.

Chile | Cooperative.cl | 12. Oktober 2014

International study: Public transport in Santiago is the best in Latin America

This article, based on Arthur D. Little’s recent study, “The Future of Urban Mobility,” confirms that of the 84 cities analysed in the report, Santiago has the best public transport in Latin America. The study in conjunction with the International Union of Public Transport ( UITP ), included various means of transportation such as buses , metro, bicycle and vehicles per capita. The best city assessed globally is Hong Kong.

UK | Primary Care Today | 01. Oktober 2014

Will Pharma Business Models be Reshaped by Digital Health?

This article by Arthur D. Little partner Thilo Kaltenbach is adapted from the recent ADL report, “Principles of Winning Digital Strategies”. The report outlines the changes that are predicted to take place in the pharmaceutical industry in the next several years as digital health develops and gains influence over business practices. Kaltenbach emphasizes that a successful digital solution takes into account the “whole customer journey”, connecting all the stakeholders – the patient, physician, healthcare company, payer, and supplier. He explains that this approach is new and will require a shift in mentality from that of traditional healthcare systems, as digital health caters to quick development and communication, whereas traditionally healthcare products are developed over longer periods, meeting multiple regulations, before making it to the market. The article also includes eight principles for pharmaceutical companies to consider when developing their digital offerings.

UK | IPT Innovations for Pharmaceutical Technology | 14. September 2014

Value for life

This article about the impact of the developing digital health revolution on the pharmaceutical industry is based on Arthur D. Little’s study, “Principles of Winning Digital Strategies”. Thilo Kaltenbach, a partner in the consultancy’s Healthcare practice, offers statistics showing how although adoption of digital health solutions is slow in the pharmaceutical industry at present, most companies agree that embracing the technology will be a necessity by 2020. The article goes on to explain what a winning digital solution looks like, listing eight principles for companies to consider when devising successful digital health strategies.

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Switzerland | Finanz und Wirtschaft | 10. September 2014

Digital gym instructor on your wrist

Gadgets that measure health-related functions are flooding the market. But the so-called wearables are only a small portion of the digital health mega-trend. According to Arthur D. Little, we will see different growth rates in four segments of digital health. The consultants expect telehealth to be the fastest-growing sector. In contrast, Arthur D. Little’s analysts expect wireless health to become the largest sector in digital health, and mobile health to be the second largest.

Germany | Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung | 04. September 2014

A new self-understanding in consulting business

Dr. Fabian Dömer, Managing Partner Central Europe at Arthur D. Little, assessed the most important criteria for a successful collaboration between companies and consultants. The most important criteria are mutual trust, openness and real willingness to change. Companies are affected by the high dynamics of change and complexity in their ecosystems. Therefore, it is more important than ever to detect changes in the competitive environment early and anticipate technological innovations. As external observers, consultants can see a more coherent picture of the overall situation, which can be used by companies for further development.

UK | Air Transport World | 01. September 2014

The Age of Asia

This article draws from Arthur D. Little’s 2014 World Airport Report, featuring an interview with ADL principal Mathieu Blondel. Blondel explains an overarching trend of Asia having established dominance in terms of air traffic passenger numbers, with developed regions such as North America and Western Europe having declined. Malaysia was the top-performing country in Asia, but Blondel predicted that that could go down after the two recent losses of two Malaysian Airline aircrafts. Other significant gains by the developing world over the developed world were made in Eastern Europe, while Western Europe stalled. Blondel cites such factors as political stability and economy, as well as airport infrastructure, as major influences in air traffic performance across regions.

UK | European Pharmaceutical Manager | 01. September 2014

Let’s Get Digital

This article, based on Arthur D. Little’s recent study, “Principles of Winning Digital Strategies”, emphasizes value to the end patient as the key to success in digital health as this phenomenon increases its influence in the pharmaceutical industry between now and 2020. It advises companies to make linking the patient, physician, payer, healthcare provider, and supplier to facilitate communication as the main vehicle to improving the patient’s care. The article goes on to detail eight principles for companies in the pharmaceutical space to consider as they build their digital strategies.

Germany | Wirtschaftswoche | 25. August 2014

Energy subsidies – better off without it

Meanwhile, Germany’s energy policy, with its huge subsidies, is known all over the world. The German way of increasing share of renewable energy comes with several disadvantages – and more and more citizens are raising their voices. In a professional article that was intensely commented on after it was published, Dr. Matthias von Bechtolsheim and Tim von Armin show strategies to strengthen innovation capabilities and reduce the costs for the German population.

UK | Scottish Pharmacy Review | 15. August 2014

The Impact of Digital Health on the Pharmaceutical Industry

Written by Thilo Kaltenbach, a partner in Arthur D. Little’s Healthcare practice, and drawing from the consultancy’s recent study, “Principles of Winning Digital Strategies”, this article reveals a lack of active digital health strategies among pharma companies, even though the industry as a whole is building its future around these technological developments. However, most companies also believe it will be crucial to have such strategies in place by 2020, when digitization is predicted to have revolutionized the healthcare industry. The article explains how a strong digital solution must address the whole customer journey and focus on specific stakeholders within the healthcare system, including patients, physicians, payers, and healthcare providers and suppliers. For example, physicians need to be addressed because they influence patients, the end receivers of the offerings. The article also discusses qualities that a winning digital solution needs to have, such as strong value add, connectivity, and regional applicability.