Eden McCallum is delighted to announce two new additions to our Leadership Team, Erik Berden and Claudia Hartley. Erik has joined the Amsterdam office as Partner and Claudia as an Associate Partner in the London office Erik has most recently worked as Partner for SparkOptimus in the Netherlands after a 15-year career in management consulting…
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.
Eden McCallum’s survey of 307 Dutch business leaders, carried out for the third consecutive year, has revealed a mixed picture as far as attitudes to 2017 and 2018 are concerned. There is striking optimism about the prospects in the home market.
British businesses are feeling distinctly apprehensive about prospects for 2017 and 2018, according to the 304 UK business leaders surveyed by Eden McCallum at the end of November. In contrast to the optimism revealed in this annual survey in the past three years, the post-referendum research finds that gloom has set in over expectations for both the UK and Eurozone economies, while hopes for the global economy have also declined.
In its new Amsterdam offices, Eden McCallum recently hosted a consultant breakfast meeting on organisational design. Herman Vantrappen, one of Eden McCallum’s independent consultants and expert in this field, held a short presentation, followed by a facilitated discussion. Marjon Wanders and Wouter van Essenberg reflect on this first breakfast meeting.
Eden McCallum’s Michael Edwards recently contributed to pharmaphorum’s white paper on turning health wearables into value-added services: The needs of patients continue to be weighed against the burgeoning costs of healthcare. Against this backdrop, life sciences companies seek out cost-effective processes to develop unique solutions for improved outcomes. In tandem, public adoption of new technology trends has given…
Eden McCallum, the management consultancy, in collaboration with The Financial Times, London Business School and INSEAD, conducted a survey during the first 3 weeks of June 2016, which reveals insights about the rapidly developing world of management consultants who are choosing to work independently of the big traditional firms.
What will work and careers look like in 50 years’ time? Dena McCallum, co-founder of Eden McCallum, grappled with this question at a one-day Management Today conference on The Future of Work, held in London on 23rd June. The panel discussion with Karen Mattison, co-founder and CEO of Timewise, Peter C Barker, market development manager EMEA for 3M and Ann Francke, CEO of the Chartered Management Institute, was chaired by Kate Bassett, features editor of the magazine…
Eden McCallum hosted a breakfast audience with Lord Rose, chairman of Britain Stronger in Europe, which is the officially designated campaign organisation recommending that Britons vote to “Remain” in the European Union on the 23rd June this year.
Addressing a combined audience of consultants, clients and friends of Eden McCallum, Lord Rose urged business voices to speak up in favour of Britain remaining in the EU…
Eden McCallum is delighted to announce that Cyrus Ditzel is joining the firm as Associate Partner, based in Amsterdam. “I’m excited to be joining the team – I love Eden McCallum’s entrepreneurial spirit and the agility of its consulting approach,” said Cyrus Ditzel, who was previously a Principal with The Boston Consulting Group in Amsterdam…
There has never been a more challenging time for product launch in the pharmaceutical industry. Approvals are at an all-time high, the market is more competitive than ever, and there is an urgent need to refresh revenues as a wave of products go off-patent. Centralised reimbursement and formulary decisions mean success at the point of launch is binary. The future looks tough… How can pharma companies learn from their past and from other industries to respond to the new rules for success?