Eden McCallum was founded just over twenty years ago, offering a new approach in the apparently mature and settled consulting market. It was to be “a consulting firm without any consultants on the payroll”, as one strategy guru described it. This was innovation with a purpose: to make consulting better for both clients and consultants….
We are delighted to announce the addition of The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex (“The Royal Foundation”) to Eden McCallum’s pro bono consulting initiative, our NGO Partnership. The Royal Foundation is the primary vehicle for Their Royal Highnesses’ philanthropic work. It develops programmes and…
Eden McCallum is delighted to announce that Joris van Osselaer and Jack Woodhouse have joined their teams in Benelux and the UK respectively. Joris van Osselaer joined the Boston Consulting Group after his studies and left as a Principal. He worked mainly for banks, insurers and pension funds on topics including growth, PMI, digital, and…
A talk by Freek Vermeulen, professor of strategy and entrepreneurship at London Business School: we learn – at least, we should learn – from failure. But success is not always such a great teacher. Success is satisfying at first. But it can also lead to complacency. We may tell ourselves that our business displays “best practice”. Yet we could be slipping into bad habits, becoming vulnerable to new competitors.
It is easy to be dazzled and dumbfounded by some of the claims made for artificial intelligence (AI) and the potential of new technology. Big (and scary) estimates are thrown out as forecasts for the number of jobs that will be lost as automation increases. And as new business models and impressive gadgetry emerge, business leaders could be left feeling that they risk missing out on (or being crushed by) the next major industrial revolution. We need to change, they might say, but where to start?
Eden McCallum has elected Cyrus Ditzel and Helen Williams to its partnership, and Anna Wanders joins the Eden McCallum Leadership Team as Director of Benelux Operations.
Pessimism about Britain’s Brexit future has spread through British business, as revealed in Eden McCallum’s fifth annual economic outlook survey.
Dutch business is growing in confidence as it looks forward to 2018 and 2019, a new survey shows.
“Platform ecosystems” – businesses which build online networks and allow them to grow and flourish beyond the narrow confines of the corporation – have inverted the very nature of the firm. A big claim, but there is evidence to support it…
A survey of 57 Swiss business leaders has revealed a mixed picture of attitudes as 2017 approaches. The Zurich office of Eden McCallum, the management consultancy, asked a number of bosses how they felt about trading conditions in the coming months and years.