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Product exports breed new opportunities, Roland Berger says
“How to Export Products Rather than Jobs” was the subject of a recent World Trade Week presentation by Wim van Acker, managing partner and director of North American operations for Roland Berger Strategy Consultants. read more
McKinsey attacked
Our management consultancy columnist, Mick James, this week looks at the growing controversy in Germany at the use of management consultants – and the battle between McKinsey and Roland Berger for the title of top German strategy consultancy… read more
Intellectual property at risk in China, says Roland Berger
Industrial piracy and counterfeiting are among the major risks faced by companies doing business in China, according to a study on intellectual property protection by Roland Berger Strategy Consultants. read more
Uludag named Partner at Roland Berger, Detroit
Erkut Uludag has been promoted to partner at Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, according to managing partner Wim van Acker. read more
Staff turnover rockets – but what can consulting firms do to improve retention rates?
Management consultancy firms are being torn apart by surging levels of staff turnover, according to new research from read more
Roland Berger pens column for Automotive Design & Production
Automotive Design & Production magazine has added a new monthly column on management strategy, technology and automotive perspectives, beginning with its April edition. read more
Roland Berger gaining momentum after a difficult year
Strategy consultancy Roland Berger has had a difficult financial year but is now building up momentum in the run-up to Christmas, according to reports in the German media this week.

Revenues and profit for 2004 are expected to remain unchanged over the 2003 level, when turnover stood at 530m euros. read more
Roland Berger study says cost pressure on automotive R&D; will increase
A strategic review of automotive product-development practices indicates that the demand to develop more vehicles with less budget will continue well into the next decade. read more
The best consulting minds on the bench
As growth slowly returns to the consulting industry, consulting companies are faced with a difficult choice of hiring full-time employees now or waiting to see if the increase in demand for consultancy continues. read more
Roland Berger: Auto suppliers under pressure to shift production abroad
Pressure to move automotive manufacturing jobs abroad will continue, despite federal and local government efforts to maintain or increase industry employment levels in the US, according to a report planned for release at the 2004 Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress next month in Detroit. read more
Roland Berger Switzerland appoints new managing partner
Andreas Bürge has been appointed the new Managing Partner of Roland Berger AG, Switzerland. read more
McKinsey still retains that special aura amongst strategy consultancies
You have to hand it to McKinsey. read more
Roland Berger opens office in Croatia
Roland Berger Strategy Consultants this week officially opened an office in Croatia's capital Zagreb. read more
McKinsey still No. 1
The world’s most famous strategy consultancies have a bullet-proof appeal as employers of choice. read more
Roland Berger Strategy Consultants still confident in strong 2002
Partners at Roland Berger Strategy Consultants have elected a new management team to take the helm when founder Roland Berger moves to the Supervisory Board on July 1, 2003. read more
Roland Berger Strategy Consultants record year announced…
Roland Berger Strategy Consultants has announced strong results for 2001 and believes 2002 will be a record year – despite difficult trading conditions.

The German strategy consultancy announced 2001 fee volumes up 16% to EUR 504m, well ahead of average growth in the global consulting market. read more
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