James Tucker is the leader of Boston Consulting Group’s People & Organization practice in Canada and a member of the Corporate Development, Health Care, Consumer, Financial Institutions, and Marketing, Sales & Pricing practices. 

Since joining BCG in 2006, James has worked extensively with corporate finance functions to determine their vision, mission, strategy, organization structure, capability profiles, engagement models, and supporting processes and systems. 

He also has extensive expertise on a broad range of organizational projects across industries, including running project management offices, creating and launching transformation programs, and driving organization redesign efforts. James is a Six Sigma Black Belt and an adjunct professor at the Rotman School of Management. He is active in the community as a director on the boards of the West Park Healthcare Centre and the Facility Association. In addition, he has worked with numerous charities, including the Heart and Stroke Foundation, the Out of the Cold program, and Junior Achievement. He has also supported youth education by helping to develop a Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurial Leadership at the University of Toronto.

In 2010, he was presented with the Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship by the lieutenant governor (the province’s second-highest honor). 

Prior to joining BCG James spent more than 15 years in a variety of industries, including work at Molson Coors and CTV, as well as owning and operating his own business.


  • MBA, highest distinction, Rotman School of Management
  • BA, English literature, York University


  • Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship, 2010
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