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BCG partners with our clients in solving the hardest problems challenging their businesses—and the world. We do this by channeling the diversity of our people and their thinking, as well as our shared commitment to uncovering the truth. The solutions we develop in partnership with our clients transform not just companies but also entire industries and even segments of society.
At the core of our business and our organization is close collaboration—among our employees at all levels and with our clients. Working together, our people continually challenge themselves and their colleagues to develop and implement innovative new approaches.
As you learn more about our people and the way they help drive transformation at the world's most relevant organizations, I'm sure you'll understand why BCG is the partner of choice when it matters most.
BrightHouse, the world’s first ideation company, partners with BCG to help companies become purpose-driven. We fuel employee engagement and build customer loyalty.
BCG Digital Ventures is a team of innovators, operators, entrepreneurs, and investors that works with businesses to reimagine how people experience products and services. Learn more about how you can disrupt markets, create new market opportunities, and uncover new sources of competitive advantage.
Through its decision-support and research services, Expand Research helps the world’s financial markets make business and technology decisions.
Platinion, a BCG subsidiary, provides specialized services focused on the detailed development of business-critical IT architecture and solutions. Consultants also provide implementation management for large-scale, complex projects. These services go hand-in-hand with BCG’s capabilities.
Numerous external and independent organizations have recognized BCG. Some highlight our corporate successes and others celebrate our outstanding individuals.
We are proud to be recognized both for the excellence of our work and for the opportunities for personal growth that we provide to our employees.
For the second consecutive year, BCG is ranked number one on Consulting magazine’s “Best Firms to Work For” list.
For the fifth consecutive year, BCG has been ranked in the top five of Fortune's “100 Best Companies to Work For,” placing second overall on the 2015 list.
In 2014, Working Mother magazine named BCG one of its “100 Best Companies” for parents in the U.S. for the seventh time.
For the eighth year, in 2015 BCG received a perfect score on the Corporate Equality Index, recognizing equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender employees.
BCG is on the Best Places to Work list for 2015, earning a Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award, which relies solely on the input of employees.
For the second consecutive year, Consulting magazine honored BCG with the publication's Excellence in Social & Community Investment Award. The award recognizes consultancies for outstanding client service on a pro bono, discounted, or volunteer basis at the local or global level. The 2015 award heralded BCG's work with the UN Mission for Emergency Ebola Response; during the award's inaugural year in 2014, Consulting recognized BCG's work with Save the Children International.
Universum, an employer branding company, has ranked BCG number 13 on its list of the world's Most Attractive Employers for business students in 2014. The ranking reflects a survey of more than 110,000 business students at top academic institutions; the students were asked to choose their ideal companies to work for.
The careers website Vault.com has ranked BCG the number three consulting firm among potential employees for 2015, 2014, and 2013. BCG has ranked in the top three since Vault began the survey in 2011. Vault's survey of consultants looked at factors such as firm prestige, employee satisfaction, firm culture, compensation, and work-life balance. BCG ranked number two overall in the areas of prestige, benefits, and compensation.
Since the inception of Consulting magazine's Top 25 Consultants list in 2000 to recognize the most influential leaders in the industry, no fewer than 20 BCG partners have been honored. Many of our people have also been celebrated with the publication's prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award and other accolades. These are some of our award winners.
Stefan is the global leader of BCG's health care payers and providers sector. He has been a BCG Fellow since 2010.
His recognition as one of the Top 25 Consultants was specifically for "excellence in health care." Stefan focuses on the topic of value-based health care—that is, how transparency within health care outcomes and patient group costs will drive the transformation of health care systems.
Tom is BCG's chairman of North America, a position he has held since January 2013. He previously served as global leader of BCG’s Information Technology practice (now called the Technology Advantage practice) from 2010 to 2012.
His recognition as one of the Top 25 Consultants was specifically for "excellence in leadership." He serves on BCG's Executive Committee.
BCG's leadership expert Roselinde Torres is one of a dozen women recognized for outstanding achievement in 2014 and one of four in the category of leadership.
Roselinde has the distinction of being honored not only for demonstrating exceptional leadership within her firm and the industry but also for her accomplishments as BCG’s top expert on the subject of leadership.
Iván joined BCG in 1987 and is a senior partner in the Madrid office. He is the global leader of the firm's Energy practice and is also an active member of the Industrial Goods and Organization practices.
Iván's recognition as one of the Top 25 Consultants was specifically for "excellence in energy."
Antonella is a member of the worldwide Technology, Media & Telecommunications and Marketing, Sales & Pricing practices, and she is the leader of BCG's global media and branding topics.
She previously served on BCG's Executive Committee and our European Management Team and led the firm's global marketing efforts. Antonella was also named one of the Top 25 Consultants in 2008.
Xavier is the global leader of BCG's Automotive practice and a core member of the Industrial Goods practice.
He led a BCG team that, in 2009, advised President Obama’s Task Force on the Automotive Industry regarding the restructuring of General Motors and Chrysler.
His recognition as one of the Top 25 Consultants was specifically for "excellence in client service."
A former BCG senior partner, Kim was a member of our Global Advantage, Health Care, Industrial Goods, Operations, Strategy, and People & Organization practices.
She was recognized for her client services as part of the magazine's Women Leaders in Consulting awards. Kim, who holds a PhD in biochemistry, is a scientist who led both BCG's new-product development and agribusiness work.
Joe joined BCG in 1988 in Boston; he cofounded the Washington, DC, office in 1996.
Joe leads the firm’s Public Sector practice for the Americas region.
Joe's recognition as one of the Top 25 Consultants was specifically for "excellence in public sector."
Janmejaya is chairman of the Asia-Pacific region and a member of BCG's global governing Executive Committee.
Rich, who joined BCG in 1988, is the president and CEO.
Rich previously served as BCG’s chairman for North and South America from 2009 to 2012 and as head of the New York Metro office system from 2000 to 2009.
He has also served on BCG's Executive Committee since 2006.
Sandy Moose, a senior advisor of BCG and former senior partner, has been a true trailblazer and leader on many fronts, including leading BCG's New York office from 1988 to 1998, serving as chair of the East Coast region from 1994 to 1998, and founding and later leading BCG's global Women's Initiative.
A former BCG senior partner, Jeanie was recognized for achieving exceptional impact at her clients.
Jeanie is the best-selling author of The Change Monster: The Human Forces that Fuel or Foil Corporate Transformation and Change. She has published numerous articles for BCG and Harvard Business Review.
Jeanie was also named one of the Top 25 Consultants in 2002; she was recognized as an expert on change management both within BCG and beyond for her active contribution to the firm's Organization practice.
A senior partner in Washington, DC, Sharon also won the magazine's Women Leaders in Consulting Client Service Award in 2008.
Sharon is the regional head of BCG's Consumer practice and leads the Americas Women's Initiative. She serves on BCG's Executive Committee.
Over 22 years, Ron has held roles as the global leader of the Organization practice; leader of the Technology, Media & Telecommunications practice; and chairman of BCG's North and South America region.
Ron works out of the Dallas office, which he opened in 1994.
Kaz is a former senior advisor based in the Tokyo office. He joined BCG in 1985. Kaz was head of BCG Japan from June 2000 to December 2004.
Miki is a senior partner and managing director in Tokyo; she was previously in our New York office.
Miki leads BCG’s global marketing and the Asia-Pacific Women's Initiative. She serves on BCG's Executive Committee.
John is the former chairman of BCG's Asia-Pacific region and a former member of BCG's Executive Committee.
He is an expert in the biopharmaceutical sector within BCG’s Health Care practice.
Hans-Paul, chairman, served as president and CEO of BCG from 2004 to 2012.
He joined the firm in 1981 and was a member of the teams that opened BCG's Düsseldorf (1982) and Frankfurt (1991) offices.
Before becoming the firm's first chief executive officer from Europe, he was head of BCG's global Financial Institutions practice.
Michael joined BCG in 1980 and works in our Chicago office. He is the partner responsible for BCG's Client Service Initiative and is a member of the Executive Committee.
Previously, he led our Consumer practice. Michael has cowritten a number of books, the most recent being The $10 Trillion Prize.
Michael's best-seller Trading Up was published in 2003.
George is a Toronto-based senior advisor. A former member of BCG’s Strategy, Consumer, and Operations practices, George was also named to the magazine's inaugural list of the Top Ten Most Influential Consultants in 1999.
George is the coauthor of numerous best-selling books on time-based competition, which have won global acclaim and recognition through awards.