The philosophy of OC&C Strategy Consultants is to treat each problem as unique, providing truly customised solutions rather than generic packages for our clients.
This selection of OC&C's publications illustrates our ability to think creatively, generate new insights and provide a fresh perspective on established thinking.
In this section you can view and download our strategic "Insights"; short provocative pieces that we write as food for thought for our clients.
Journeys to the west
The classic Ming Dynasty novel “Journey to the West” tells the tale of Xuanzang, a Chinese monk trekking to India to study Buddhist scriptures alongside a colourful collection of magical characters
Fleet of foot
Global FMCG giants are losing out to smart smaller operators in emerging markets, according to the 10th Global 50 ranking. So...have the giants grown too big for their boots?
Early entrants are reaping rewards: global CPG Players are already active. 36 of the OC&C Global 50 Leading Consumer Goods companies have an active presence in Sub-Saharan Africa
Why have U.S. K-12 materials been so slow to "go digital"?
Investors and corporate managers are growing old while waiting for education markets to “go digital”. Other information businesses have made the transition, many over a decade ago
In the course of 2012, Wendel has asked OC&C Strategy Consultants to assess the effects of the globalization of economies on both management practices and governance models of major multinational corporations
Content producers face rising rights and talent costs as they try to acquire a distinctive edge in a world of over-supplied “me too” vanilla content
The whirlwind in the China apparel market: In the last decade, expanding in China was an easy ride with high sales growth driven by store expansion and same store sales increase...but that is about to change
School of hard knocks
The higher education sector in the UK has witnessed significant growth over the past three decades, with a combination of demographic, economic and policy drivers fuelling demand (as measured by the number of applications) since the 1980s
Hitting a BRIC wall
With growth in Europe static and fmcg groups struggling to find their stride in emerging markets, they’re eyeing up opportunities in the dark continent