Strengthening of distribution study Germany is securing employment in production, development and management of ICC Chief Uwe Rohrig about the McKinsey 2020 Langenhagen, may 8, 2008 Germany’s automotive industry ends up in the long term on the siding. So one could summarize something pointed, what the management consultancy McKinsey in their current study Germany 2020 \”writes. In a question-answer forum Greenpeace was the first to reply. If reforms were tackled in Germany, the economy could total around the automotive industry but only 1.3 percent grow around three percent per year through 2020. McKinsey recommends the local auto industry as driving force of innovations\”to understand and to make entry into the emerging markets of Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC). You should not only focus on the premium segment, but must develop so-called easy car for emerging markets. I rub my back already and again the eyes of perplexed when I see that McKinsey is always lucrative consulting contracts.
My Believe that it is not enough but, to deliver only wise State descriptions. Everyone in the industry knows, when it comes to the concrete implementation support, you should not bet more on such consultancy. Honestly even my vegetable dealer around the corner can tell me that the German car industry should rely more on environmental technologies. I need no highly-paid consultants\”, criticized Uwe Rohrig, owner and founder of automotive consulting international car concept (ICC). Unfortunately, the whole wisdom of McKinsey and co.
often exhaust themselves to impose austerity measures aimed ultimately to, to release employees. You can save but also broken company\”so rad. A good example is BMW. There McKinsey consultants have reviewed areas such as controlling, communication, IT, management, and security services\”, so Rohrig, was formerly among others the head of sales for Mercedes-Benz and Maybach. The Manager magazine had reported that BMW may be every fifth Work on the dump is available and which could relate to job cuts may be not only the previously announced 8,100 jobs.