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3M is challenged with capitalizing on growth opportunities in a variety of different industries while fending off a diverse set of competitors. The company's strategic priorities center on developing and acquiring innovative products within its strategic markets and honing its operational model.
3M’s C-Level Imperatives:
1. Invest in Innovation
2. Streamline Operations
3. Carefully Manage Portfolio
To offset saturation in the U.S. healthcare market, Abbott is focused on expansion into emerging markets around the world. The company is also connecting with the next generation of consumers who it hopes will drive long-term growth for the 125-year-old company.
Abbott's C-Level Imperatives:
1. Fuel Growth With Acquisitions
2. Expand Internationally
3. Connect With Consumers
Abbvie has taken to research and development to make the next market breakthrough, and spent nearly $27 billion on recent acquisitions to boost its product pipeline.
AbbVie's C-Level Imperatives
1. Innovative R&D
2. Leveraging Core Revenue Drivers
3. Strategic Acquisitions
As government regulations and rising costs pressure the traditional managed care industry, Aetna is leveraging technology and scalable processes to manage expenses and deliver profitable growth while providing quality service to an expanding, aging U.S. consumer base.
Aetna’s C-Level Imperatives:
1. Gain Scale through M&A
2. Align Clinical Goals with Business Outcomes
3. Invest in Telemedicine
Roughly two years into its existence as a much smaller company, Agilent is focused on growing revenue and profitability well beyond historic levels.
Agilent's C-Level Imperatives:
1. Operational Agility
2. Organic Growth
3. Capital Discipline
AIG has seen its revenue decline over $13 billion since 2012, and the firm has enacted a two-year strategy to reduce expenses by $1.6 billion to get its financial performance back on track.
AIG's C-Level Imperatives
1. Lean and Mean
2. Financial Balance
3. Renewed Technology Focus
Allstate is investing aggressively to
modernize its technology infrastructure and keep pace with evolving customer demands.
Allstate's C-Level Imperatives:
Amazon continues to push the boundaries of the online shopping experience and has expanded into digital content delivery and cloud-based web services. Despite the proliferation of online commerce options, Amazon is focused on what its customers need—not what its competitors are doing—to set its strategy and drive revenue growth.
Amazon’s C-Level Imperatives:
1. Innovation in the Online Marketplace
2. Expansion of the Prime Program
3. Maintain Strong AWS Growth
American Airlines is looking to spark its revenue as its sales and profits decline due to decreasing passenger yield. With the US Airways acquisition completed, American has integrated to a single website, reservations and mobile application to streamline operations.
American Airlines' C-Level Imperatives
1. Finalizing US Airways Merger
2. Major Fleet Upgrade
3. Focus on Technology
American Electric Power (AEP) Company is a leading electric utility company in 11 U.S. states with a history dating back over 100 years. Innovation is at the core of AEP's corporate strategies and initiatives.
AEP's C-Level Imperatives:
1. Invest in Network Capabilities
2. Divest Non-Core Businesses
3. Reduce Carbon Footprint
American Express earns the majority of its revenue from transaction fees when retailers and shoppers utilize its payment platforms. The company leverages its strong brand, big data and innovative rewards programs to expand its merchant network, encourage customer spending and increase revenue.
American Express' C-Level Imperatives:
1. All About Analytics
2. Adapting to Digital Demands
3. Customer Loyalty Has Its Rewards
R&D is the lifeline of the biotech industry, and Amgen takes a unique “biology first” approach to its research efforts. Despite a portfolio of successful therapies and a pipeline of promising late-stage projects, Amgen is under pressure to reduce expenses and generate more value for investors.
Amgen's C-Level Imperatives:
1. Getting Disciplined to Stay Profitable
2. Investing in the Next Breakthrough
3. Preparing for Global Growth
Ann Inc. is a major women's fashion and apparel company that owns the Ann Taylor and Loft brand names. Ann Inc. will continue to embrace technology upgrades to drive future in-store and online revenue growth.
Ann Inc.'s C-Level Imperatives:
1. Achieving Financial Stability
2. Product & Store Optimization
3. Enhancing the Omnichannel Experience
One of the few remaining U.S. health insurance providers, Anthem is focused on strengthening its customer and provider-centric strategy to fuel its long term growth. The company's proposed merger with Cigna will also enable Anthem to keep pace with rivals Aetna and UnitedHealthcare.
Anthem’s C-Level Imperatives:
1. Become a More Customer-Centric Company
2. Increase Collaboration with Healthcare Providers
3. Capitalize on Growth in Government Business
AT&T has its sights set on becoming the leader in connectivity and integrated solutions, and will leverage its DIRECTV acquisition to scale its services and achieve $2.5 billion in annual cost synergies.
AT&T's C-Level Imperatives
1. Portfolio Investments
2. Software-Defined Network
3. DIRECTV Acquisition
Like many traditional financial institutions, Bank of America is threatened by new business models and competitors created by technology-driven disruption.
Bank of America's C-Level Imperatives:
1. Mobility and Automation
2. Operational Efficiency
3. IT Transformation
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