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Friday, February 11, 2022

Beating Tesla’s Design Threat: How The Auto Industry Should Learn From Honeywell and Nest

Without understanding corporate history in realms other than automotive, Tesla’s exponential rises in brand worth, market share and stock price seem insurmountable for the industry’s incumbents. In 2021, Tesla became the highest-valued transportation brand at $42.6 billion USD, which was 50% larger ...
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#Management Consulting #Automotive #innovation

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Prediction For 2022: The Easiest Automotive Experience Will Attract The Pandemials

The race is on. Every automotive manufacturer is racing to market with very similar, future offerings: autonomous and/or electric vehicles. The styling might be slightly unique, the amount of storage or cupholders will certainly vary, and assuredly some of the carryover features will come and go. Bu...
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#Management Consulting #Automotive #innovation

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

New Study Suggests Ongoing Issue With Selling Electric Vehicles

Approximately ten years ago, an automotive product planner stated [off the record] that 5-10% of the population are “tree-huggers” and would buy nearly any eco-friendly car regardless of the styling, return-on-investment (ROI), etc. But beyond that captured market, moving the spending patterns of th...
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#Management Consulting #Automotive #innovation

Monday, November 8, 2021

New “Pink Tax” Study Shows Women Pay Upwards Of $7,800 More For Car Ownership

Some informed readers might have been rejoicing in recent years that the gender gap in pay has generally been shrinking, albeit not quickly enough. In 1869, women were paid 50% of their male counterparts for doing the same job (a.k.a, “controlled gender gap”), in the mid 1960’s it increased due to t...
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#Management Consulting #Automotive #innovation

Monday, November 8, 2021

Automotive Is Hoping That Infrastructure Can Be Sexy This Time

The Harvard Business Review article Fixing U.S. Politics cites several key conclusions based upon political theories, empirical studies and practical experience, which include 1) the heavily partisan system is broken, 2) people incorrectly think of it as public institution based upon high-minded pri...
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#Quality #Automotive #innovation

Monday, November 8, 2021

The Unforeseen Way Connected Cars Are Keeping Rideshare Drivers Safer

We were always told connected cars would save our lives and change the way we do business, but it’s doubtful anyone foresaw this.
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#Functional Safety #Automotive #innovation

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