Luke Scott joined Boston Consulting Group in 2012 and is a core member of the firm’s Consumer and Operations practice areas. His focus is on retail, and he has extensive experience in retail transformation, category and assortment strategy, procurement, store operations, pricing, and merchandising operations.

During his time at BCG, Luke has led multiple labor productivity and store operations programs for US-based clients, covering end-to-end cost, and including schedule optimization, restructuring, process redesign, and upstream drivers. Among other projects, Luke drove the transformation for a European building materials merchant across multiple areas of activity including supply chain, sales, and range. He also developed a cross-functional strategy for the new CEO of a US department store, including cost initiatives and strategic investment plans.

Before coming to BCG, Luke worked in the supply chain industry for C.H. Robinson Worldwide as the Manager of the Dallas-Ft Worth Temperature Controlled Consolidation Group, where he assisted clients on TL and LTL (truckload and less than truckload) shipments.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Consumer and retail, including specialty retail, grocery, convenience
  • Store operations
  • Large-scale transformation
  • Direct and indirect procurement
  • Category management and strategy
  • Supply chain
  • Profitability improvement

EDUCATION

  • MBA, with honors, McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin
  • BA, Cornell University
Deep Expertise, Broad Experience