Welcome to our Netherlands blog!
Read our thoughts on the latest trends and topics
The world is constantly evolving, and with it organisations need to adapt.
The pace of change in the business landscape is great, which means new technology, innovations, methodologies, and business models are continuously being introduced to industry. So how do organisations keep up?
In this blog space, we will be providing an overview and our perspective on the latest trends specific to the Netherlands market and with you, our client, in mind.
We hope this proves useful for you, and don’t hesitate to reach out to discuss any of these matters further.
Als reactie op de sterke toename van decentrale energieopwekking in het kader van de energietransitie, zijn er nieuwe Europese netcodes ingevoerd. Deze netcodes stellen technische eisen aan klantinstallaties om de netstabiliteit te blijven waarborgen, ook bij méér decentrale opwek. Netbeheerders zijn hierbij verantwoordelijk geworden voor het registeren en beoordelen van installaties. BearingPoint heeft een netbeheerder geholpen met het implementeren van deze netcodes.
If you want to set your Transformation program up for success, then divide up your program in concrete stages with achievable added value. Not only your program members will find it enjoyable to work according to a clear path and achieve results, also your management will be happy to see value added throughout the life cycle of the program.
The key to success in every business transformation is the human factor. It is the catalyst that ignites the change. One can design the perfect process, functional specifications, or technical requirements, but if the people that must work with it in the end do not adopt the designed processes and tools, they still are worthless.
Too often transformation programs are well underway when the program starts losing pace or comes to a sudden standstill. A quick start of the program could well be the reason for this. Thinking the program set up through, in advance, by the original initiators of the program is the best way to avoid failure later.