Managing Director & Partner
Sreyssha George joined Boston Consulting Group in 2008 and has worked for the firm in Australia and India. She is a core member of the Technology, Media & Telecommunications and Financial Services practices, and works with clients located around the globe, leading engagements that cover large-scale change, talent and performance, sustainability, digital transformation, and sales force effectiveness. Most recently, she has been pivotal in setting up and leading BCG's Bangalore office.
Sreyssha specializes in helping clients transform by strengthening their people, technology, and data capabilities. She works extensively with technology and engineering services companies across large corporations and nascent tech startups. She co-leads digital shared services for the firm in Asia Pacific and advises clients on their global talent strategy, operations transformation, and automation strategies. She is passionate about sustainable business models and advises clients on their ESG (environmental, social, and governance) ambitions.
Unlocking value in Global Capability Centres: Sreyssha George shares insights on talent, resiliency, and digital acceleration for GBS growth.
Discover how global business services centers are catalysts for growth and innovation in this insightful article.
GBS: Yielding the butterfly effect
In this report, BCG explores the changing role of GBS centers in 2022, discussing key value creation areas & challenges
Green-Tech growth is driven by the growing adoption of sustainability—driven business model transformation—across sectors building up a vast opportunity of US$45-55 Billion every year, and expected to grow at 25-30% annually over the next five years. BCG’s in-depth survey, involving 850+ CxOs from varied industries, followed by in-depth interviews, evaluates the opportunity for growth in the Green-Tech industry.
A comprehensive and mature ESG strategy can unlock significant value. The focus of this joint report with NASSCOM sensitizes the technology sector on the material ESG topics for the industry. It lays out nine material topics across environmental, social, and governance that technology companies can use to formulate their respective ESG strategies. The report also lays out a five-point maturity framework that will enable CXOs to analyze their current position and provide actionable steps to dynamically evolve in this fast-evolving topic
Despite India's relatively effective response to the first wave, particularly in the IT/ITeS industry, the turn of the year has caused immeasurable loss of productivity.