Senior Partner & Managing Director
How Global Companies Can Transform to Optimize for Growth
Arindam Bhattacharya is a member of The Boston Consulting Group’s Global Advantage, Industrial Goods, Operations, and Public Sector practices. He is also leader of the firm’s India office and worldwide coleader of the BCG Henderson Institute. He previously served as worldwide coleader of BCG’s Global Advantage practice.
Arindam became a BCG Fellow in 2015; he is examining the future of globalization. He also is leading the efforts of the BCG Henderson Institute in Asia and emerging markets. The institute shapes business thinking in strategy, organization, change, and performance.
Since joining BCG in 2002, Arindam has worked extensively with clients in a wide range of industries on topics across the value chain ranging from manufacturing excellence to growth strategies in new markets. He has deep expertise in emerging markets and has consulted with many MNCs on how to succeed in these markets. More recently he has also focused on developing BCG's Social Impact practice and government work in India. He has worked with governments and leading NGOs on various topics to improve delivery of social services.
He is a coauthor of the 2008 book Globality: Competing with Everyone from Everywhere for Everything, which tells the story of a new era of international business competition—one in which global companies that grew up in rapidly developing economies are challenging the big, developed-country corporations that were the globalization leaders for the last two decades.
Before joining BCG, Arindam worked in the New Delhi and London offices of A.T. Kearney. He also worked for Tata Economic Consultancy Services and Warwick Manufacturing Group, University of Warwick, UK.