Orsolya Kovács-Ondrejkovic joined Boston Consulting Group in Budapest in 2013. She is a member of the People & Organization practice, focusing on people strategy. Orsolya has significant expertise in HR (especially redesigning HR operating models), talent and workforce trends, organizational design, and strategic workforce planning, and has worked with leading global companies. Her present focus is helping organizations prepare their workforces for the future of work.
Orsolya has experience in various industries, including consumer goods and pharmaceuticals, and she has worked extensively on assignments in the public sector and the social impact field. She is the lead author of the Decoding Global Talent 2018 series, which studied the changing work and mobility preferences of 366,000 jobseekers worldwide. While at BCG Budapest, Orsolya co-founded the Integrom Program, aimed at integrating the Roma minority into the workforce. The program was selected as a best practice for inclusive growth by Harvard Center for International Development.
Before joining the firm, Orsolya worked at the World Economic Forum, supporting the development and execution of a world-class leadership program, the Global Leadership Fellows. She is also a former Global Director of AIESEC International, the world’s largest youth-run organization.
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