Managing Director & Partner
Daniel Feldkamp is a core member of Boston Consulting Group’s Industrial Goods and People & Organization practices. He is on the leadership team for materials and process industries at the firm.
Since joining BCG in 2008, Daniel’s client work has focused on large-scale transformations, mainly for companies in the building materials and mining industries. His engagements cover a wide variety of functional topics including organization design, operational excellence, digitization, go-to-market strategy, and pricing. Daniel has been part of BCG’s Munich, Los Angeles, and Melbourne offices.
BCG partnered with a fast-growing builder of prefabricated homes to help the company set ambitious yet realistic ESG targets—and action plans for achieving them.
The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated entire communities, industries and economies, in countries and regions around the globe. Each industry affected by the crisis has unique characteristics that present novel challenges in the context of the outbreak. To illustrate, for mining companies, the 24/7 onsite presence of workers and shift handovers defines this industry’s very nature.
Alternatives to traditional homes account for up to 6% of all new residential units built annually, and demand is predicted to continue. The construction industry must adapt.
A data-driven, repeatable approach to pricing will set producers up to raise prices when conditions warrant it and protect themselves when growth inevitably slows.