Partner and AD, People Strategy & Reskilling Fellow, BCG Henderson Institute (BCG’s Global think tank), Singapore
Sagar Goel leads Boston Consulting Group’s work in digital reskilling and leadership development. He is currently a fellow at BCG’s global think tank, BCG Henderson Institute, writing and speaking on the topic of skilling ecosystems, and how government, industry, academia, and the workforce must come together to solve the global skills crisis.
He is one of the firm’s experts on skill-building culture and behavior change at scale and speed, especially in the context of data, digital, and agile. He has led several large-scale skilling programs for BCG clients, including the recent work with the Singapore government on a national-level digital reskilling program. Since joining the firm, Sagar has worked with clients in banking, infrastructure, technology, consumer goods, public sector, media, agribusiness, health care, insurance, energy, and industrial goods around the world.
Sagar’s current focus is end-to-end people enablement, talent and skill-building, and change, in the context of large-scale business and digital transformations in both public and private enterprises. He is a senior facilitator for BCG on leadership interventions, and a certified assessor and executive coach. He is also keenly interested in using digital technologies to drive behavior change at scale and is one of the founders of BCG’s behavior change Amethyst App.
Before leaving to earn his MBA, Sagar worked with ZS Associates on data-driven consulting for some of the world’s leading companies.