Triple Transformation: Position, Perform, Progress

by Roland Berger

Automotive manufacturers and suppliers are facing a tremendous challenge. Actually, there are three challenges occurring simultaneously. Norbert Dressler, Global Head of Automotive at Roland Berger, calls this task Triple Transformation and summarizes it in three words: position, perform, and progress. In this article you can find an overview of the topics which were published in the German trade magazine Automobilwoche.

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