Heike Adam’s expertise is the extract of 20 years of international management responsibility, independent strategic consulting experience and personal dedication. Her trademark: the combination of own practical experience and current science with global scope. As the only practical expert on inflation she did not only study, but experience and understand it herself. Being passionate about ecological topics for 35 years, she uses her full range of practical industry experience, legislation knowledge and strategy studies at Wharton School for truly positive effects. She considers profitability the decisive leverage for impact by relevant scale.
Heike Adam shares her expertise in executive advisory, supervisory board and teaching formats as well as lectures, speeches and publications. She supports companies shaping their and our common future sustainably.
The current inflation and its recession will reach to 2026 at least. The challenges of an inflation are much more complex than those of a “normal” crisis, they endanger substance as well as existence more strongly, more companies declare insolvency. While other companies can grow.
An assessment of current inflation’s impact on your company provides you an overview and clarity. The identification of sensitive areas and action fields allows you to focus and to act targeted and effectively. You take the right decisions in a timely manner. You can steer your company through the inflation at the best, securing its substance. And take chances.
Understanding inflation and acting:
Abstract macro economic models dominate the discussion about inflation: Rising interest rates reduce demand reduce prices. Over several years, recession is likely.
But what does the current inflation mean for markets and companies practically? Which markets will be affected more strongly by supply shocks, which by demand shocks? For which companies securing of substance and existence will be their highest priority? For whom growth chances will occur? There are nearly any answers. Due to the lack of micro economic models.
The “INFLATION-MARKETS-MODEL” fills this gap. 9 market groups, 4-phases-cycle, each company can position itself, anticipate developments and act proactively.