SDG Hong Kong
We make sure your most important decisions are also your best.
Founded in 1981, Strategic Decisions Group is a specialized strategic management consulting firm which helps complex global businesses improve their critical decisions and decision-making processes.
When senior teams are faced with an irrevocable commitment of resources, we help them understand the true value and risk in their decisions. We don’t make your decisions for you. Rather, it is our job to make sure you are in a position to creatively evaluate and understand all the options available, and then make the best decision possible. Whether you must commit to a single, critical decision or to improving the performance of a strategically important function, we have the skills and capabilities to help your senior team achieve superior results.
Finding opportunity in uncertainty
Asia is the growth engine of the world’s economy. But the opportunity for big gains comes with considerable uncertainty, and senior teams routinely make big bets ahead of the curve.
In asset and investment-intensive industries such as energy and utilities, life sciences, mining, and oil & gas, there are many large-scale, critical decisions to be made: how to optimize power asset portfolios to serve rapid industrialization, how to penetrate new markets for promising drug therapies, and how to manage high-risk technology bets in high-tech companies.
In high-volume retail environments, optimizing supply networks and tackling complex sourcing decisions are essential to provide strategic advantage to the global firm.
Our expertise in corporate and strategic planning within complex organizations is one reason our firm is a preferred strategic partner to many companies in the Fortune Global 500.
SDG’s Hong Kong office is led by Peter Hopper and counts a number of esteemed professionals as members of its Advisory Board, including William Clement Henderson, former senior partner at Egon Zehnder, and Caroline Wang, professor at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) Business School.