From development to production to sales and aftersales - we advise our customers individually with innovative and digital approaches, always focussing on reasonable and feasible solutions.
Because of our broad expertise, we actively support our customers in five areas of competence. Our experts in Industrial Engineering, Product Compliance, Customer & Business Solutions, Change & Adaptation and Contracting & Recruitment concentrate on questions such as:
How does ideal manufacturing look like? What legal requirements does the product have to fulfill? How can a hybrid sales approach be optimally designed? How can our customers' data be systematically analyzed and processed in an informative way? How do we successfully design the digital transformation of products and processes?
We offer consulting services for value-adding digitization and focus our value-based project work on sustainability.
Finally, it's time to get going again! New passes are explored and countless curves want to be conquered. The throttle hand is already tingling and you can hardly wait to race across the asphalt again. In order to be well equipped and carefree to swing on his bike, the service should be made before absolutely at the dealer of confidence. But which one is actually the dealer you trust?Read more
What do the candidate list, the list of substances subject to authorization (Annex XIV) and the restrictions on the manufacture, placing on the market and use of certain dangerous substances, mixtures and articles (Annex XVII) mean? Read about the structure and pollutant management of REACH Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006, with a special focus on the authorization and restriction of certain substances.Read more
Munich Consulting Group has introduced and sustainably applies a quality management system according to TÜV standard for the scope "Partner for technical and economic consulting".Read more
Every person reacts differently to external stimuli. Particularly in change processes, the behavior of individuals is difficult to predict. However, by taking a few psychological processes into account, change can be designed much more efficiently. Read about cognitive biases, such as the representative heuristic and the status-quo-bias, among others.Read more
On July 16, 2021, the new Market Surveillance Regulation (MÜ VO) will come into force. Since the beginning of the year, some partial provisions have already been in force, such as the Union network for product conformity in the EU (EU single window). The aim of the new regulation is to strengthen conformity controls for products brought to the EU market through e-commerce (online) or stationary trade (offline). In addition to the control of stationary stores (offline), online platforms such as Amazon will also be monitored.Read more
In 2020, very few industries were able to celebrate success. The crisis year also had a significant impact on the automotive industry. For the electromobility sector, on the other hand, the picture is more encouraging. In a year with many lows, the sales figures for e-cars set records. The number of new registrations tripled in 2020 compared with the previous year. A survey conducted by Munich Consulting Group provides insight into which aspects are most important for the further development of electromobility in Germany. Read about the forecasts for e-mobility in the areas of sales, range and charging infrastructure, as well as purchase premiums in 2021.Read more
Structure vs. flexibility; long-term planning vs. short-term sprints – classic or agile project management. The pros and cons of both methods are most likely already well known. But what does this mean in concrete terms for the practical application? When does which management approach make the most sense? Here you can read, among other things, which trends are important in this context and which key factors matter now.Read more
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