Managing Director & Senior Partner;
Neeraj Aggarwal oversees Boston Consulting Group’s business in Australia, China, India, Japan, South Korea, and Southeast Asia, a region that is home to almost one-third of global Fortune 500 companies, half of all unicorns, and more than half the world's megacities. He is a member of BCG’s Executive Committee.
Prior to this role, Neeraj led the BCG India office from 2015 to 2018. He has over 25 years of experience with clients spanning multiple sectors, and has worked in geographies including Asia-Pacific, Europe, and North America.
Neeraj has worked closely with more than 100 CEOs over the years. In his current role, he helps CEOs and chairpersons think through their mandates, set their agendas, and improve the effectiveness of their organizations. He is inspired by clients who challenge conventional wisdom and set new standards for the world to follow.
Recently, much of Neeraj’s work has been focused on the disruptive impact of AI and digital as well as climate and sustainability across businesses. Neeraj is passionate about technology and its potential to transform businesses and society for the better and has played a key role in shaping BCG’s direction in the AI as well as climate and sustainability.
Neeraj is the author of multiple publications on leadership, technology, innovation, climate and sustainability, and how Asia-Pacific is an important blueprint for the changing world. Over the years, Neeraj has been an active participant in WEF Davos, B20, and other industry association dialogues.
Prior to BCG, Neeraj worked at Cadence Design Systems, a Silicon Valley based electronic design automation firm. Neeraj has also played a seminal role in setting up Plaksha University and chairs its Board of Trustees. The university seeks to reimagine technology education and undertake transformative research to address grand challenges.
Pressure on businesses continues to intensify, with overlapping global disruptions and conflicting outlooks; requiring leaders to revise their playbook. Edie Lush and Neeraj Aggarwal talk about three topics that are on top of every leader's mind.
Asia is at the center of the climate crisis. But companies in the region can lead on climate and transform their business for competitive advantage.
Dylan Bolden and Neeraj Aggarwal discuss what matters most for companies looking to harness the full power of AI and what it will take to reap the greatest returns on AI investments.
We gained firsthand insights from 17 board chairs on how their organizations weathered the pandemic, trends that will emerge during the coming recovery, and how leaders can prepare for the next crisis.
To these ten executives, success means getting employees to think like owners—and giving up small things now to get big wins later.
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Thinking big isn’t always the best approach. In developing markets such as India, targeting small market segments with new tools can be a more successful strategy.
There is a clear correlation between aggressive adoption of new technologies and strong business performance among small and midsize enterprises. Leaders far outperform their peers in the marketplace.
Banks in rapidly developing economies need to create targeted value propositions in payments to attract unbanked consumers and enhance financial inclusion.