Roland Berger: Shaping a Strategic Direction for a Midsize German-Headquartered Consultancy

What strategic direction should the German-based consultancy Roland Berger take to support continued growth?
Barry Salzberg  | Spring 2016
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Roland Berger, a mid-tier privately-held management consultancy headquartered in Germany, faced a number of issues in 2015, including: rapidly evolving technologies, increased globalization, and continued industry-wide consolidation. This case presents students with material about the firm’s business model and competitive position in the global consultancy industry and asks them to consider what Roland Berger's strategic direction should be going forward.

Case ID: 160416

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