Posts tagged with Change Managment

Missing resources for the digital transformation

  February 2020

During T.A. Cook's annual STO conference in Berlin industry experts took part in a short survey about the changes and challenges ahead. Key result: most of the operators don't have the necessary resources to deal with the digital transformation. 

Demand Driven Budgeting

  January 2020 / Colemann O'Malley, Engineering Maintenance Specialist

 

Martial Arts for Refineries

  October 2019 / Tobias Demel, Project Manager

A well-known international refining business asked T.A. Cook to implement a standardized Global Manufacturing Template (GMT) across its worldwide fleet. The goal was to design and

Big Investment, Low Returns

  August 2019 / Dirk Frame, Partner Europe

T.A. Cook partner Dirk Frame has been involved in investment decision-making globally for over 30 years across a number of sectors and sees many opportunities for companies to break out of the pattern and make

Test your metal

  August 2019 / Maximilian Tan, Senior Manager

Metallurgical companies are facing challenges to compete with cost-efficient players. Their electricity demand, and therefore costs, are very high, and raw material prices are volatile. Put simply, it’s easy to burn

Investing in Expertise

  June 2019 / Maren Stieler, Director HR

In the age of specialist shortages, a clear strategy for Human Resources is core when it comes to retaining your own employees and therefore their expertise as well as recruiting and integrating new experts. Maren

One Woman, Two Worlds

  May 2019

The technological transition demands a great deal from companies and employees. To ensure the transformation to Industry 4.0 is a success, consultants now need to create a balance

The experts in the T.A. Cook study were 80% correct

  March 2019

In 2009, researchers from T.A. Cook asked a large number of business leaders, production managers, plant and TAR managers at petrochemical facilities as well as service providers

Destined to succeed

  July 2018 / Uwe Sahl, Director, T.A. Cook

The Fourth Industrial Revolution has been under way for some time now. Companies are connecting and automating their production processes and using data on an unprecedented scale.

Are humans making themselves obsolete?

  July 2018

Empty factories and increasingly autonomous machines: Those who only envisage the modern working world in this nightmarish scenario are overlooking the diverse possibilities and