Managing Director & Partner
Ramiro Palma is a core member of the Technology, Media & Telecommunications; Strategy; and Industrial Goods practices at Boston Consulting Group. In 2015-2016, he served as a project leader for the BCG Henderson Institute supporting the Strategy Lab. Ramiro has advised clients in the technology, media, and telecommunications and industrial-goods sectors on topics including go-to-market strategy, large-scale transformation, and organizational design.
Ramiro’s recent case experience includes organizational transformation and redesign for a major engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) firm, coordination and resource planning for the largest agile transformation ever undertaken by a tech company, and development of career progression and staffing planning for a large-scale transformation.
Prior to joining BCG in 2013, Ramiro spent time working in venture capital, in the medical-devices industry, and as an entrepreneur.
The National Semiconductor Economic Roadmap offers a plan for supporting the US industry and boosting global resilience.
Global preeminence in this critical industry sector is not guaranteed. What are the risks to US leadership, and what steps should it take if it aims to defend its position?
The nature of the chip shortages—and the device types affected—will change over time, requiring automakers to actively manage risks as the situation evolves.
To reclaim a strategic advantage in this critical area, the US must do more than increase its share of global manufacturing.
The semiconductor industry needs targeted policies that boost resilience and expand open trade while balancing national security issues.