Thriving despite disruptive technologies : a German utilities' case study

  • Instead of waiting for and constantly adapting to details of political interventions, utilities need to focus on their environment from a holistic perspective. The unique position of the company - be it a local utility, a bigger player, or an international utility specializing in specitic segments - has to be the basis of goals and strategies. But without consistent translation of these goals and strategies into processes, structures, and company culture, a strategy remains pure theory. Companies need to engage in a continuing learning process. This means being willing to pass on strategies, to slow down or speed up, to work from a different angle etc.

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Name:Löbbe, Sabine
Erschienen in:Future of utilities - utilities of the future : how technological innovations in distributed energy resources will reshape the electric power sector
Publisher:Elsevier, Academic Press
Place of publication:Amsterdam ; Heidelberg
Editor:Fereidoon Sioshansi
Document Type:Part of a Book
Year of Publication:2016
First Page:323
Last Page:341
Catalogue entry:Im Katalog der Hochschule Reutlingen ansehen
Dewey Decimal Classification:330 Wirtschaft
Open Access:Nein