This sector is transforming fast. Energy transition, alongside digitalisation, changing consumer mindsets and technological innovation, will render much of this industry almost unrecognisable in ten years.
Thinking forward, in twenty years, we may live in a world where all our transport runs on electricity, our domestic power is delivered by hydrogen, and fossil fuels are obsolete.
Q5 have been at the forefront of these macro trends, supporting our many clients to prepare for what’s next, while ensuring they remain at the top of their changes delivering their near-term priorities.
Organisations are more than ever embracing this transition, with seismic shifts in strategy, business models and ways of working. Businesses are seeking to thrive, not just survive, in a world where energy production moves towards net zero.
Carbon and climate impact are key, yet not the only drivers of change. We see the transition as more holistic, touching all parts of an organisation. The energy and utility organisations of the future need to change where they work, how they work and why they work. This will involve reimagining and pivoting their core propositions.
What does the energy organisation of 2035 look like compared to today? And how can we best deliver our short-term priorities whilst also effectively preparing for this unrecognisable future?
We have worked with a range of organisations across the sector – from water and utility companies, to energy businesses with a strong focus on the traditional oil and gas super majors, and nuclear.
Our clients are truly global, across all our offerings and their many operations. This includes: operating model and organisation design, regulatory change, process redesign, trading and supply transformation, agile transformation, leadership development, creation of integrated customer experiences and enterprise wise cost take-out.
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