Partner & Associate Director
Philipp Kolo is a core member of the People & Organization practice at Boston Consulting Group, and a leading expert in the fields of people strategy and human resources. He helps his clients better understand their strategic people needs and the resulting upskilling and reskilling requirements and is responsible for BCG’s own strategic workforce planning tool. He works with companies as they transform their HR department in order to boost their people agenda. He was formerly Recruiting Director for the firm, responsible for BCG's own talent acquisition. During his time in that role, he gained hands-on experience in managing talent markets and adapting to their shifting expectations.
In a recent engagement, Philipp conducted several HR excellence programs improving performance management systems and leadership development. He has deep experience in HR organizational transformation (also in combination with the migration towards HR IT cloud solutions) in the auto and chemicals industry.
With well-informed planning and thoughtful implementation, stakeholders can ensure that the automotive industry continues to be a strong and stable motor for employment in Europe.
A joint study by BCG and the World Federation of People Management Associations, based on a global survey, focuses on three priority areas for HR action.
A look at the key insights and findings of the 2021 Creating People Advantage study, followed by a panel discussion featuring experts from both organizations.
Philipp Kolo, partner and associate director at BCG, discusses the need for action in three key areas: talent management, digitization, and HR leadership in defining the future of work.
An in-depth analysis of the US, Germany, and Australia shows how technology will disrupt labor markets by 2030—displacing millions of workers but creating new opportunities as well.
The function has a critical role to play in building future-ready organizations. To meet that challenge, HR needs to transform itself.
An investment of $5.6 million in activities aimed at cutting costs and response times during emergencies is expected to deliver $12 million in savings.