Kaz Tominaga is a co-leader of Boston Consulting Group's Industrial Goods practice in Japan, with a special focus on the automotive industry. He is a leader of the Global Automotive Supplier Group and a core member of the Operations practice. 

Since joining the firm, Kaz has worked closely with clients mainly in the industrial goods, automotive, and auto parts manufacturing industries. His recent project experience covers large corporate transformation, structural reform, post-merger integration (PMI), globalization strategy, production strategy, new business development leveraging digital technology, and innovation strategy. He has developed particular expertise in supporting transformation for automotive and other manufacturing industries. 

Prior to joining BCG in 2013, Kazutoshi worked at Booz & Company in the engineered products and services practice, at Roland Berger, and as a product development engineer at the Toyota Motor Corporation.


  • Co-leads BCG’s Industrial Goods practice in Japan
  • Automotive, auto parts, and process manufacturing industries
  • Company transformation, structural reform
  • Global business strategy
  • Production network
  • Innovation, development reform
  • New business building leveraging digital technology


  • MBA, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • MSc, aerospace engineering, Cornell University
  • BSE, mechanical engineering, University of Pennsylvania
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