Eugene Foo is a core member of The Boston Consulting Group’s Operations practice and focuses on research and product development.
Eugene joined BCG in 2012. He has worked with clients across a range of industries, including consumer goods, technology, energy, and industrial goods. He has acquired deep expertise in product development and innovation topics and strong experience in global transformation of end-to-end innovation and product development processes.
Before joining BCG, Eugene was a project manager at PRTM Management Consultants, now part of PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Leading companies are already sprinting toward a digital and data-driven future.
There’s both consistency and churn in the list of 50 most innovative companies of 2014. And there are notable shifts in innovation priority and spending plans across sectors.
What kind of culture supports breakthrough innovation? And how do companies support that culture through management systems, governance processes, and organizational structure?
Digital innovation is all around us, but executives are not embracing key digital capabilities in their innovation efforts. Are they at risk of disruption?
What sets breakthrough innovators apart? They outperform otherwise strong innovators on most dimensions—and differ from them in three distinct areas.