The future means shaping change 

“In a few years, 70% of all Fortune 1,000 companies will be replaced by new companies with new business models.” – Nathan Furr, Professor of Innovation and Strategy at INSEAD

What does that mean for you?

If you want to make a contribution to the strategic success of a company, you have to deal with uncertainties: How will the future develop? How will the market, competition, and consumers change? Which business models and technologies will become more important in the long-term? Many people see changes in the economic environment as a danger. However, they are not just about risks but also opportunities for your company. So how to deal with the future?

The future outlook from Müller – Die lila Logistik

The growing trends toward globalization and digitalization are accelerating the transformation of the world. Therefore, keeping the organization permanently dynamic and versatile is a central entrepreneurial challenge. The pressure to change within a company requires a team of people who are open to the new and the unknown, who are amazed by the possibilities of the future, and who actively takes these chances. We, at Müller - Die lila Logistik, work on customers' solutions and new services, knowing that a good (maybe even an excellent) solution of today is considered outdated tomorrow. It's exhausting but very exciting. 

The world is connecting. In the future, it's no longer just individual companies that are competing with each other. The key to success will be the performance of their networks with suppliers and partner companies. Lila thinks and acts accordingly, becoming more interdisciplinary and cross-collaborative. Instead of a sum of individual optima, we strive for the logistical total optimum for our customers. Only by considering operational excellence and integrating it across company boundaries can we shape the value creation networks of the future.

Actively astonished about future possibilities

The digital transformation does not stop at your business models. Rising and highly dynamic customer requirements are forcing companies to accelerate their business models, change value chains, and use innovative technologies to become profitable quicker than ever. 

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Is it possible to increase customer orientation? Our answer: Yes. The expansion stage, customer orientation 2.0 so to speak, lies in co-creation. In doing so, you find a common cause with your customers. More specifically, a business interacts with potential customers to improve or develop its products or services. 

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