Managing Director & Senior Partner
Christopher Daniel joined Boston Consulting Group in the Cologne office in September 2006, transferred to the Middle East in 2009, and has been working in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia since 2011.
Within BCG, Christopher leads the Middle East Public Sector and People & Organization practices. He is also the global lead for transformation in government and people and organization within the public sector. His project experience covers strategy development, budgeting, ecosystem governance, efficiency improvement, HR, organization, service delivery, transformation, and large-scale implementation projects across multiple stakeholders.
He is a native German speaker but also fluent in English, French, and Spanish.
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