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Joost de Kock is a core member of The Boston Consulting Group’s Public Sector and Technology Advantage practices. He joined the firm in 1999 and was appointed partner in 2006. He focuses on defining new business models and on technology-enabled transformations. Joost founded BCG’s Canberra office and has worked extensively with various agencies of the Australian government.

Recently Joost worked on an efficiency-and-effectiveness review of the Australian Department of Defence, the IT transformation of that department, the Australian Department of Human Services service delivery reform measures, a $1 billion IT efficiency program across 53 Australian federal agencies, and the IT sourcing strategy and approach to market for the Australian Taxation Office.

Joost has also worked widely in the private sector, covering large-scale organization change, definition of new business models, performance management and IT strategies for major Australian banks, and a technology-enabled transformation of a global mining company. He spent a year on a secondment to the New Zealand Dairy Board (now Fonterra) as acting chief information officer.

Before joining BCG, Joost worked with Sony in Japan and Andersen Consulting Strategic Services in Sydney.

Areas of Expertise

  • Digital and IT-enabled business transformation
  • Definition of new business models
  • Large-scale organization change and performance management
  • Service delivery reform
  • Efficiency-and-effectiveness reviews
  • Information and communications technology (ICT) strategy and architecture
  • ICT sourcing strategy


  • PhD, University of Oxford
  • MBA, Cranfield University
  • Bachelor of economics, first class (honors), University of Cambridge
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