Managing Director & Senior Partner
Marcos Aguiar is a BCG Fellow and a senior member of the Industrial Goods, Metals & Mining, Technology, Media & Telecommunications, People & Organization, Strategy, and Global Advantage practices at Boston Consulting Group. He leads the firm's global work in Brazil insights and agenda-setting.
Since joining BCG in 1999, Marcos has worked with clients across a broad array of industries, including telecommunications, mining, energy, and consumer goods to initiate successful large-scale organizational transformations. He has acquired expertise in insight and agenda-setting for transformations in Brazil. Marcos is an expert in tools for modeling and supporting decision-making, and helping executive teams and boards in the rapid development of strategic agendas.
Prior to joining BCG, Marcos was a senior manager with Arthur D. Little, a lecturer at Fundação Getúlio Vargas, and an executive at an IT systems integration company.
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BCG managing director & senior partner Marcos Aguiar offers advice to help leaders run their business ecosystems on a foundation of trust--the key to achieving long-term success.
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New article assesses digital density of companies that combine technology and human capabilities
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