Whether you’re planning an acquisition, considering a divestment, or looking to improve your organisation's performance, when it comes to value creation, the current times call for a modern approach. You need to think outside the box and understand unexplored opportunities for growth.
By making value creation central to everything you do, you can increase the value of your business and both purchase and sell more effectively. You’ll also be more resilient to volatile market conditions. Organisations that focus on their core business sell anything that no longer fits these activities. This strategy is gaining interest, but requires proper planning and careful preparation.
We know from experience that there are always ways to improve your company. For example, if you sell part of it, make sure you maximise the value of the entity concerned while at the same time optimising the remainder. If you’re buying a business, go beyond the usual checks and balances and also look at whether the new entity fits in with your current organisation in terms of people, corporate culture, technology, and your current processes.
Our solution-oriented teams explore unexpected angles and work with you to define new approaches to value creation, from making your company more resilient to strengthening your ESG framework. We take a holistic look at all aspects of your organisation, from company-wide transformation initiatives to specific optimisation programmes.
In doing so, we utilise artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and advanced data analytics to map out scenarios for your organisation. And we don’t just do so from a single area of expertise but with a team of specialists in operations, deals, strategy, finance, tax, and HR. This allows us to consider all the relevant aspects and to develop a sustainable long-term vision that puts your company in the right position to deliver sustainable results for the future.
What about multiple value creation? It’s important to recognise that there’s no uniform approach to value creation. That makes it all the more important to adopt a broad perspective for identifying and classifying the most relevant opportunities for value creation.
We’ve looked closely at the choices organisations make in their pursuit of growth and which strategies lead to success. Of course, each company operates within its own unique set of circumstances, but there are four broad strategies (which are not mutually exclusive) that dominate:
These strategies can be applied at various stages in the value creation process.
We would like to join with you in exploring new approaches to multiple value creation. We do this by examining your situation from a variety of perspectives with a varied team so as to explore unexpected angles. We refer to this as our ‘community of solvers’. Is this way – together – we can make your business more resilient and strengthen your ESG framework.