The urgent global challenges demand innovative solutions from the energy and infrastructure sector and its leaders.
With the environmental crisis and global focus on sustainability, the energy and infrastructure sector faces major challenges. During the last years, most players in the sector have completely reconsidered their business models both due to a shift in internal perspective and new types of competition.
Leaders in the sector are now dealing with shifting, unpredictable demand and increasing costs as well as with environmental regulations, tax incentives, and usage targets - making their roles increasingly difficult. Furthermore, the competition for talent is intense in particular in roles relating to new business models and development.
Drawing on its long expertise, Amrop’s Energy & Infrastructure practice works across borders to help globally thinking clients to address the opportunities and risks in the sector. We know the market and its key players both within the industry and the broader value chain.
In Finland we have systematically built our Energy and Infrastructure experience through work with companies especially in energy and mining as well as service providers to the sector. We follow avidly both emerging entrants to the markets and the impacts of changes in legislation, giving us strong context understanding in the sector.
We want to hear about your context and specific needs. Reach out to our industry experts to set up a meeting.
Insights From the C-Suite
In this special Amrop report, directors of major Dutch companies, including global market leaders, respond to the transforming energy space.
Stepping Up to Sustainable Performance
The path to wise leadership is a never-ending process of self-reflection and learning. Our findings suggest that if most leaders are on the way, too many are submerged by daily business, cognitive overload and short-term imperatives. Too few are taking time for self-reflection, and miss the guiding frameworks that will enable them to step back and re-orient.