Arthur D. Little (ADL) - the global management consultancy linking strategy, technology and innovation - has been honoured in DealMakers Global Awards 2011 as Management Consultancy of the Year. DealMakers Monthly is a global publication that covers recent and past deals. The awards are based on client surveys and deals that firms have closed during the previous year.
The Management Consultancy of the Year award has been presented to Arthur D. Little’s global business for its exceptional performance in the field of innovation management and its continuing contribution to breakthrough methodologies applied across the world.
Currently celebrating its 125th year, Arthur D. Little’s long-standing reputation for excellence in problem solving stems from its involvement in some of the modern world’s greatest achievements and most important breakthroughs, with more than 600 successful innovation projects undertaken in the last 10 years alone.
This year’s winners were decided through electronic voting forms distributed to the publication’s readership. By the closing date, over 18,700 votes had been cast. Readers were asked to vote on those firms which they viewed as leaders within their areas of specialization and across various geographical regions.
Commenting on the award win, Petter Kilefors, Global Head of Arthur D. Little’s Strategy & Organization Practice, said, “Arthur D. Little is proud to be recognized by DealMakers Monthly as the Management Consultancy of the Year – worldwide winner. As we continue to help our clients achieve superior returns and success, the next 125 years of Arthur D. Little will be just as exciting as the first!”
Arthur D. Little – 125 years of innovation
Founded in 1886 as the world’s first consulting firm, Arthur D. Little has continually transformed business thinking and practice by applying its expertise in the areas of strategy, innovation and technology. Today, Arthur D. Little helps companies to create growth, overcome challenges, improve innovation capabilities, and increase efficiency and competitiveness in a globalised marketplace.